Boston Red Sox Wants Marco Scutaro? The Question Is…WHY?!

Posted: 27th November 2009 by Amanda Bruno in MLB
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If you haven't heard, Alex Gonzalez signed a one-year contract with the Toronto Blue Jays. Happy Thanksgiving Red Sox Nation. What does this mean? Well first off, it means Gonzalez will not be back in a Red Sox uniform. It also means there is currently no everyday proven shortstop on the roster. There's been talk of acquiring Marco Scutaro from the Jays. Wouldn't it be something if the two teams just switches shortstops? Scutaro hit .282, with 12 home runs, 60 runs-batted-in, 35 doubles, 90 walks, 14 stolen bases, and 75 strikeouts.á He is also 34 years old.á Why do the Red Sox have aátendencyáto bring in old ballplayers? This is no time for a quick fix and after last season, half of the fans are probably sick of them (no offense Brad Penny and John Smoltz). But the problem is who else ...

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