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Danny Graves Designated to Norfolk

GYC
Aug 23 2005 07:46 PM
Edited 2 time(s), most recently on Aug 23 2005 08:03 PM

Omar just said it on WFAN!

YES!


Steve Trachsel activated.

MFS62
Aug 23 2005 07:52 PM

ALL HAIL !!

And you couldn't have picked a better topic to warm the hearts of Mets Fans everywhere.

Thank you..

ALL HAIL !!

Later

smg58
Aug 23 2005 07:58 PM

Who takes his place?

MFS62
Aug 23 2005 07:59 PM

smg58 wrote:
Who takes his place?


Traschell was activated.

Later

ScarletKnight41
Aug 23 2005 08:01 PM

A Seaver post worth hailing!

Rockin' Doc
Aug 23 2005 08:09 PM

What a great day. Graves is finally sent down to AAA and the CF clan has increased the CPF roster by one with the addition of Ryan.

It doesn't get much better than this.

Rotblatt
Aug 23 2005 08:10 PM

hail

Rotblatt
Aug 23 2005 08:18 PM

Glad Graves got sent down, and in general, I thought Minaya was pretty good, but when Steve asked him about Seo, and Minaya said, "You have to remember, Seo wasn't pitching that well in Norfolk," I kind of flipped out.

What planet is Minaya living on? Twelve quality starts in a row? I'll grant him that it's not QUITE as good as he's been up here, but he was still pitching lightyears better than Ishii.

Anyone else catch the interview?

seawolf17
Aug 23 2005 08:38 PM

HAIL! Seeya, Danny Graves. Thanks for nada.

Willets Point
Aug 23 2005 08:48 PM



HAIL!

Zvon
Aug 23 2005 09:03 PM

Hail!



so Graves goes. Kool and good riddence. Did he flip Randolf the bird on the way out? :wink:

Rockin' Doc
Aug 23 2005 09:23 PM



I don't have anything to add, I just wanted to get in on hailing GYC's Seaver post.

Johnny Dickshot
Aug 23 2005 09:28 PM

They also said Trax to start on Friday. That gives Benson an extra day off after his 2/3-in ning start?

Frayed Knot
Aug 23 2005 09:51 PM

Why is the size of hail always compared to sports equipment,
but tumors always to fruits and vegetables?
-- George Carlin

Beenso
Aug 23 2005 10:23 PM

are u kidding me? graves was how we were gonna win this thing....minaya stinks

metsmarathon
Aug 23 2005 10:47 PM

why does the middle piece of hail look like a hairless crystal troll?

or is it just me...

seawolf17
Aug 24 2005 09:04 AM

metsmarathon wrote:
why does the middle piece of hail look like a hairless crystal troll?

or is it just me...


No, marathon, that's you who looks like a hairless crystal troll.

(Just kidding. You left a hanger over the plate, so I had to swing.)

Valadius
Aug 24 2005 11:09 AM

Dr. Joseph and his son, Dr. Jeffrey Dellarusso must not have done a good job on Omar if he thinks he saw Seo pitch poorly in Virginia.

MFS62
Aug 24 2005 11:14 AM

Sounds to me like we're not going to have a "Memories of ..." thread.

Later

Gwreck
Aug 24 2005 01:34 PM

Valadius wrote:
Dr. Joseph and his son, Dr. Jeffrey Dellarusso must not have done a good job on Omar if he thinks he saw Seo pitch poorly in Virginia.


I guess that's not one of those blade-related complications that they've managed to avoid.

(Very nice, I had a good laugh).

PatchyFogg
Aug 24 2005 02:22 PM

I hope that someday--in the grand tradition of Charles Barkley being misquoted in his autobiography--Omar blames his horrendous reading of that ad's copy on his eyes.

Johnny Dickshot
Aug 24 2005 02:43 PM

Ah deed eet, and could not be happiuh with tha results. Call One. Eight-hundrit, e-y-e, c-a, r-e ...NOW!!!!

Bret Sabermetric
Aug 24 2005 02:45 PM

A speaking voice made for the printed word.

GYC
Aug 24 2005 03:42 PM

]In the wake of Steve Trachsel’s return to the Mets, the team designated Danny Graves for assignment, meaning they have 10 days to trade him, release him or outright him to a minor league roster if he clears waivers…

“We feel we're a better team with Jacobs as opposed to Graves,” Willie Randolph said, as quoted by Ben Shpigel in the New York Times…

It is the second time Graves has been DFA’d this season…

“I need a couple of days to think about it,” Graves said, as quoted by Adam Rubin in the Daily News. “It's just weird, two times in one year. I never imagined that would happen.”…

According to Rubin, Graves is now considering retirement…

Good riddance.

ScarletKnight41
Aug 24 2005 04:05 PM

I'm as happy as anyone that we DFA's Graves. But I wish him no ill will. On a strictly human level, you have to feel sorry for the guy - he tried his best, and he didn't mean to suck.

Frayed Knot
Aug 24 2005 04:14 PM

He has to clear waivers before he can report to Norfolk.
And if/when he does, chances are that he'll be brought right back when the rosters expand on Sept 1.