Bigtime for Gonzo

Bigtime for Gonzo

Shortstop Alex Gonzalez made the turn on that second-inning double play, one of four the Red Sox made in the game.

(AP Photo)

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"That ball has a chance to go into the outfield and they call icing. Gonzo, whatever he did at the plate, might as well give him some RBIs. He saves runs. I know it doesn't count but it might as well." -- 5.31.06, Terry Francona on the spectacular shortstop play of Alex Gonzalez

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