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Id love to have Graffy back. He was one of my favorite players and would be a great super utility guy. How about a trade of Borchard for Graffy straight up.

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QUOTE(greasywheels121 @ Jan 16, 2005 -> 07:56 PM)
Agreed.  I would love to see Graff back here, but Everett's going to prove to be valuable, especially while Frank's out.

 

Exactly, and even when thomas does come back he sounds like a wee bit better option than timo to be our fourth outfielder.

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folks, we all love graffinino. LEts remember he is hurt and had surgery on his shoulder and labrum. I would like to see if the guy can throw first, wouldn't you?

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QUOTE(quickman @ Jan 17, 2005 -> 03:17 AM)
folks, we all love graffinino. LEts remember he is hurt and had surgery on his shoulder and labrum. I would like to see if the guy can throw first, wouldn't you?

Yes, but wouldn't you take him back if he was able too! I know I would

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It's very interesting to see talk about the Sox getting Tony Graffanino back.

 

Tony was my favorite Sox player, but since he's been gone I picked Aaron Rowand as my favorite player.

 

It won't be hard to root for both these awesome players....just more Sox to Love. :wub:

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If tony is healthy he'd be the perfect player to add to this team. He can play shortstop and be the utility guy and is a perfect platoon partner for willie.

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I'd hold off on Tony G until it's proven that he's 100% healthy.

Even then, I wouldn't trade anything valuable for him.

I'd give up on jOe-for-4 Borchard for him, but NOT Jurassic.

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Tony G wouldn't be a bad acquisition - any good team has a good bench, and he would certainly help the Sox bench.

 

As for the "secret pitcher," I've been hearing Rob Nenn's name bantied about for a week or so. It's not that Shingo is a piece of crap or anything, but you can NEVER have enough good pitchers in your bullpen. I know Nenn has had surgery, and his arm isn't "golden" anymore, but if he's healthy, the guy is filthy as a closer. A safety valve in Nenn is nothing but a good thing.

 

Always have a backup plan ....

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