Sunday, November 29, 2009

Marco Scutaro Speaks His Mind...UCONN Women Win Number 44 IN A ROW

The possible Boston Red Sox shortstop for 2010 and 2011 expressed his thoughts in an interview with a Venzuelan newspaper recently. It is said that the Red Sox, Dodgers, Mariners and Rangers have interest in Marco Scutaro, who had a breakout year for the Blue Jays last year. Here are the teams he would be interested in...

“There are two teams that would interest me, which are the Dodgers and Boston,’’ Scutaro said.

If Toronto offers him arbitration, will he accept and stay with the Canadian club?

“I think it’s no secret that I am going to be offered arbitration, because they (Toronto) want their draft pick. There is still the possibility that I could accept arbitration and be with them for a year, but that’s not the idea,’’ he said. “The idea is to get a contract of at least two years.’’

Two years is exactly what Boston is thinking of because they have a young phenom maturing in the minors. His name would be Jose Iglesius. But until he's ready, I'm darn sure Theo Epstein will do his best to land Scutaro and slot him into the shortstop position. After all, Boston is virtually a "shortstop-less" club with the uncertainty surrounding Jed Lowrie's health.

Last night at Gampel Pavilion, Storrs, Connecticut, the University of Connecticut women's national championship basketball team won its 44th game in a row and get this....THEY WERE ALL BY DOUBLE FIGURES. They play again today at Gampel and will win their 45th. They continue to amaze the college basketball world every day in every way.

Well, we're into the very last day of the four day Thanksgiving weekend. I hope you had a safe and happy one, filled with everything. If you're on the road heading home or back to school, please be careful out there and watch out for the other guy. Click on this post's title for more on last night's 44th and as always, BE WELL

2 Comments:

At 11/29/2009 7:36 PM, Blogger Schruender said...

If those are the two teams that interest him, then there is probably only one who will get him. That's the Red Sox. The McCourts are broke.

http://www.memoriesofkevinmalone.com/2009/11/frank-mccourt-is-now-poor.html

 
At 11/30/2009 5:13 AM, Blogger Peter N said...

Good point and I hope you're right! Hey, thanks for the comment.

 

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