Paul Shuey has decided to end the agony and retire.<br><br> The right-handed reliever made the…
Shuey Eager To Prove Stuff Is Back
"Quite honestly, the only thing I am trying to do is prove to myself whether I have my stuff back," he said following a morning workout at the Indians' spring training camp. "If I do get it back; if I'm throwing pretty good and my velocity is good enough that I can get guys out, then I should be able to get a job." Quite honestly, Shuey doesn't expect a quick answer. After sitting out the entire 2004 season with thumb and hip problems and then signing a minor-league contract with the Indians in late January, Shuey knows it will take time -- possibly a lot of time -- before he'll know if he's capable of getting major-league hitters out on a consistent basis the way he did since making his big-league debut with the Indians in late 1994. The furthest thing from his mind is whether the Indians will have an opening in their bullpen. He is a realist. He knows the situation. He knows that unlike a year ago, the Indians have a lot of quality arms in their bullpen. He knows that his making...
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