Brewers reacquire lefty Ray King
Seeking help in the bullpen, the Brewers acquired left-handed pitcher Ray King from Washington today in exchange for a player to be named later.
The team also purchased the contract of catcher Mike Rivera from Triple-A Nashville and transferred infielder Tony Graffanino to the 60-day disabled list.
King, 33, pitched for the Brewers from 2000-2002. In his nine-year career, the situational lefty has posted win-loss record of 20-23, and holds a 4.54 ERA.
King will wear No. 45. Rivera will wear No. 11.
Both will likely be in uniform tomorrow.
Thank you, king me again, for just about the funniest thing I've read in a long time. "Click to enlarge," indeed.
RAY IS THE 2nd BEST PITCHER THIS CITY HAS EVER SEEN!
HOLY GOD! Ray Fricking King. Perhaps the management has decided that a little comic relief will distract fans from the plummeting. Here's a thought for the Brewers Marketing office - Maybe he could arrive from the bullpen on one of those power wheelchair scooters!
One wonders if we will see Ray again holding court at The Encore on a regular basis....
king_me_again | Sept. 4, 2007 at 2:02 p.m. (report)
Click to enlarge? Why would I want to make him bigger? Isn't he taking up enough of the screen as it is?
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