Guess Who's Back? Back Again!
Just in time to blow more playoff games Byung-Hyun Kim is with the ball club again? Why, yes he was a total waste of money, but he doesn't need to play in key games to prove that to us all over again. We remember just fine.
In a surprise move, pitcher Byung-Hyun Kim rejoined the Boston Red Sox on Friday after initial indications that he'd be out until next season.
Kim returned to the team at -- of all places -- Yankee Stadium, a park that has been unkind to the submariner.
Although not activated, Kim might be able to pitch again this season, general manager Theo Epstein said.
"He's not happy with the way his 2004 season was going," Epstein said. "He feels it's his obligation to help if he can."
Kim's ineffectiveness cost him a spot on the club earlier this year after going 1-1 with a 6.17 ERA in three starts.