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And, yes, that would also be the same Graig Nettles who does not have a plaque at Monument Park and who wasn’t invited to Old Timer’s Day this year,
Soriano is available? That's a change.
Wasn't it Albert Belle who had the superballs bounce out? (Yes, I hate it when players like Graig Nettles and Albert Belle ...)
No, Albert Belle had his bat confiscated by the umpiring crew, but steroid cheat Jason Grimsley crawled through the duct work at new Comiskey Park to retrieve it. The Indians were later ordered to produce the pilfered lumber, which tests revealed to be corked.
What we learn from this story is that Grimsley is an exceedingly loyal teammate who will go to great lengths—and sometimes illegal ones—to help his team. But at 205 pounds, he is a good amount bigger than his 180-pound self of ten years ago, so crawling through cramped passages may not be a part of his skill set anymore.
Fortunately the Yankees don't need A-Rod back, especially with Solarte being so great. At least that's what I've been told all season by Yankees fans.
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