Sunday, February 25, 2007




Anyone recognize the guy on the right? Damn it's good to see Robb Nen back in the orange and black. The man was a flat out warrior who we still haven't replaced in the pen. If he can teach a little of his "take no prisoners" attitude to the young guns of the Giants bullpen, it can't help but make the team better.

9 comments:

DrBGiantsfan said...

Who's the little guy next to Robb?

Anonymous said...

Tim Flannery

Giantfan9 said...

Looks like Tim Flannery. He's not that little.......we just forget how big Robb Nen is. Plus I think Nen was standing on 1B.

allfrank said...

It had to be a thrill for Nen to pull on the 'armour' again. It's a thrill that never goes away.

Anonymous said...

Forgive my ignorance, but is Nen coaching in the organization? Or is he just hanging out?

Randyboy said...

"Anyone recognize the guy on the right? Damn it's good to see Robb Nen back in the orange and black. The man was a flat out warrior who we still haven't replaced in the pen. If he can teach a little of his "take no prisoners" attitude to the young guns of the Giants bullpen, it can't help but make the team better."

-GF9

You hit it right on the sweetspot (pun intended).
Amen to that.

-db

Anonymous said...

I think I shall weep.

Robbgin

Trevor said...

It's true, ever since Nen retired, outside of '03, the Giants bullpen has been a mess.

Jefferson said...

I still think the Giants should retire Nen's number. The magnitude of his sacrifice in 2002 warrants it, even if the length of his career doesn't.