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Sometimes you fall into a pile of...and sprout a rose.

Marco Scutaro must be the happiest man in the world of sports. Less than a week after the Giants win their 2nd WS in San Francisco, the former Rockie might be viewed as the Giants' most important cog in their playoff drive. Call it luck, fortune, or just the way it goes, Scutaro was on a miserable team in the Spring and early summer and wearing ski goggles in October. Scutaro flahed moments of near cognitive delayed behavior at times in Colorado, but in San Francisco he "blossomed." Sure Kung Fu Panda hit three home runs in game one, but Scutaro drove in the "winning" run. Outside of Barry Zito's timely wins (take that Drew Goodman) and Panda's homeruns, no one had bigger moments than the Argentinian. So much so that even Tim McCarver, who seems at times to be suffering from dementia, had to comment on Scutaro's rise from the dismal Rockies to a World Series ring. So, for whatever it is worth, hats off to Marco Scutaro. He will never receive a Hall of Fame vote, but he has now had Hall of Fame moments.

Eat. Drink. Be Merry. But the above FanPost does not necessarily reflect the attitudes, opinions, or views of Purple Row's staff (unless, of course, it's written by the staff [and even then, it still might not]).

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