MarcOh No!
After Scutaro had been tagged out to end the 12th inning as he tried to stretch a single into a double, (and he possibly missed a squeeze sign while at the plate that resulted in Reddick being thrown out) as he waited for the next inning to begin as he crouched near his SS position
(Jim Davis / Boston Globe Staff)

Scutaro Didn't Have His Head In the Game, Blows Suicide Sign
Reddick, Red Sox Left for Dead in the Middle of the Night

Can-sas City 3, Boston 1 | Chances Are ... Blown
Crawford Costs Sox a Win with 0-6 Effort, Clutch Strikeout
And That's Just One Extra-Base Hit for AG Since Home Run Derby
And Now We Can't Even Count on Randy Williams to Hold the Fort in the 14th
Youk Pulls Up Lame, Sox Play Downplay Game
Did You See That Catch Reddick Made?

"I just didn't see the sign. My fault. I didn't see the sign." -- Marco Scutaro, who's paid handsomely to see the sign ...

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