The guy talks to anyone who'll listen apparently:
Former Reds closer RHP Danny Graves is thrilled to be with the Mets. "This is the best time I've had in major league baseball since 1999--our one good year," Graves says, referring to a season in which the Reds won 96 games and were eliminated by the Mets in a playoff for the wild card. "I actually feel like a major leaguer again."
Writers don't seem to want to mention the fact that Graves has been absolutely terrible for the Mets, just like he was for the Reds. Danny allowed three earned runs in his last outing, without retiring a batter.