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Scutaro was an absolute pleasure to watch in his time in Toronto. As Jose said, he seemed to do all of the small things well.
Why did I stay up to watch the whole game when I had to get up so early this morning?
So we have Marco Scutaro as the latest magical postseason tooth fairy.
In 40 years, he can write his own Gene Tenace-like remembrance of this postseason.
Been watching Marco since he was with the As 5-7 years ago. Favorite moment was down by 1 to the Yankees in the 9th early in the season in 2006. Rivera on the mound. Everyone assumes the game Is over and then.... Walk off. my new Girl Friend (now wife) and another friend of mine were rooting for he yanks the whole game and really pouring it on.... They went speechless as the stadium woke up for the first time that game. Fun stuff. Thanks Marco!!
I'll always be a huge fan of Scutaro thanks to his double against the Twins in the ALDS with the "MARCO" "SCUT-A-RO" chant.
This is the Scutaro game from April 15, 2007. Note that he was down 0-2 to Rivera, with two outs. Rivera tried to come inside again but missed a bit and Scutaro -- batting .050 at the time -- just turned on it, and hit it off the foul pole in left. Amazing finish.
I had no memory at all, until looking at Scutaro's bb-ref page, that he was the PTNBL in the first big Richie Sexson trade (going with Sexson from CLE to MIL for Bere, Wickman & others). He's been around a lot longer than I would have guessed.
I had no memory at all, until looking at Scutaro's bb-ref page, that he was the PTNBL in the first big Richie Sexson trade (going with Sexson from CLE to MIL for Bere, Wickman & others).
Why can’t the Red Sox get winning players like Scutaro?
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