New York Mets: For parts of last year, he was one of the Mets few bright spots, so it was a bit surprising when Jae Seo was sent down to start the 2004 season. The Mets let a poor spring drop Seo from number four in the rotation all the way down to Triple A. "This is a very confusing time for me," Seo told David Lennon of Newsday through an interpreter. "I think what I was told was very inconsistent. If I don't pitch well in two or three games in Norfolk, will they send me down to [Double-A] Binghamton?" Here's to decisions based on small sample sizes in less-than-optimal conditions! Scott Erickson and Tyler Yates will now round out the starting rotation.
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