Marco Scutaro Shows Acrobatic Abilities in Red Sox Infield

Marco Scutaro Shows Acrobatic Abilities in Red Sox Infield Red Sox shortstop Marco Scutaro replaced the injured Jacoby Ellsbury at the top of the lineup on Friday against the Rays.

Although Scutaro committed his second error of the season at shortstop in the field, Scutaro displayed his mad hops, leaping to catch a throw from Victor Martinez as Carl Crawford stole second in the third inning.

Is it too early to give Scutaro the nickname “The Flying Scooter?”

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Marco Scutaro Shows Acrobatic Abilities in Red Sox Infield

QUOTE OF THE DAY

“I told him if I have to die out there on the court, that’s what it is. That’s what postseason play’s all about — giving everything you have. I’m no exception to that.”
–Celtics forward Kevin Garnett, on being prepared to do whatever coach Doc Rivers asks of him in the playoffs

COMMENT OF THE DAY

NHL officials ignored the “Marc Savard Rule” when Sabres defenseman Tyler Myers hit Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk with an elbow to the head in Game 1 of the Boston-Buffalo Eastern Conference quarterfinals. One fan offers an old-school solution.

“the bruins should stop whining about getting pushed around like a fat kid at recess. PUSH BACK. the commissioner wont help so take care of business yourself”
–rice

VIDEO OF THE DAY

Senegalese football player Salif Diao has created a buzz by creating a new goal celebration and an anti-malaria advertisement at the same time.

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