Congrats to Scutaro

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    Congrats to Scutaro

    NLCS 2012 MVP.  Well done.

     
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    Re: Congrats to Scutaro

    good for him

     
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    Re: Congrats to Scutaro

    In response to mryazz's comment:
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    i agree. 

    anyways, scutaro wouldn't have fit with the SOX in 2012. he keeps his mouth shut and plays when he's injured. definitely a bad influence.

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    exactly..where are all the briiliant posters who claim his trade "saved them money to sign Ross"...lol.....like JD Drew's 14 mil didnt do that....but great point mryazz - the one guy who played hurt and hard all season iun 2011 was the first to be sent packing yet BenC decided to keep Beckett despite reams of evidence he was an idiot and had to be traded after the year was lost

     
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    Congratulations Scutaro and best of luck in the World Series!!!   :)

    P.S. Come back to Boston.   ;) 

    P.S.S. F*** U Matt Holliday. 

     
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    Re: Congrats to Scutaro

    Sccots is playing fantastic ball for the Giants, and good for him.

    A little reality check, though.  Before going to the Giants, Marco posted a mediocre .684 OPS in 95 games for Colorado.  Also, both Colorado and the Giants wanted him for second base, not shortstop, because his range was no longer quite good enough for SS.

     
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    Sccots is playing fantastic ball for the Giants, and good for him.

    A little reality check, though.  Before going to the Giants, Marco posted a mediocre .684 OPS in 95 games for Colorado.  Also, both Colorado and the Giants wanted him for second base, not shortstop, because his range was no longer quite good enough for SS.

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    You're letting the facts get in the way of good "we should've kept him!" cry, Hfx.

     
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    Yeah. That matters. Because Aviles was so geat at SS and had such awesome range too.

    Maybe...I don't know...Tulowitski had something to do with it? Oh, he only played 47 games...how about, hmmmm, 2010 3rd round pick Rutledge?

    Maybe....hmmmm, another 25 year old playing SS for SF?

    Also, he managed to range his way to 27 games there. I'm sure he crippled those teams though.

    Tell me this, who are/were COL and SF second basemen?

    Ohhhhh, career journeymen/backups. Right. no, sit the kid, the perennial all star, or the other kid for him when he can just as easily play 2B. Right.

    Stick those facts up you a s s and smoke them.

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    Yeah, that last sentence really adds a lot of credibility to your posts.  The junior high school stuff is always impressive.

     

     

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