Cereal Killer

Cereal Killer

Red Sox center fielder Coco Crisp misses a ball hit Seattle Mariners' Adrian Beltre during the eighth inning of their baseball game in Seattle Sunday, July 23, 2006. Beltre legged out an inside-the-park home run on the play. The Mariners went on to win 9-8.

(AP Photo)

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"I went where I thought it would be, I took my eyes off it for a few seconds. I was going to rob him, but it landed right behind me... I saw him [Manny] pointing. I didn't know what happened. I guess he was in the right position, it just caromed off him. I was just picking it up and throwing it in the direction I thought it should go. It happened so quick, I threw it as hard as I could, but the guys were lined up a little more to the left of where I'm facing... We almost had him, but I've got to hit the guy who was closer [Gonzalez]." -- 7.23.06, Coco Crisp, proud card-carrying member of Red Sox Nation, on the mess with Manny in the outfield

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