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Jon Niese threw 99 pitches, but only 10 were curveballs — supposedly his signature "out" pitch and w...

Jon Niese threw 99 pitches, but only 10 were curveballs — supposedly his signature "out" pitch and what many feel is his best weapon. Though, from what we understand, the thin air in Colorado destroys the vertical break of even the best curves. I liked what I saw from Niese’s ability to handle himself in the postgame interviews, and believe he is mentally and emotionally prepared to pitch in New York. Unfortunately, he appears to be extremely vulnerable without the deuce. But, it’s likely the last time in 2010 he pitches at a mile-high altitude, so he should get back to being the MLB-average pitcher the Mets need him to be. I’m not concerned in the least.

From Joe Janish via Tedquarters
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