"I think so. It feels much better," Scutaro said Tuesday night after participating in a workout at
Nats Busch Stadium. "I
thought it was going to be worse. Normally, the next day is when you feel it
Neither seemed too interested in any talk of retaliation.
"What's on our mind is to go out and play our best ball," Bochy said Tuesday night, a day before the best-of-seven series resumes at
AT&T Park Busch Stadium with the Giants and Washington Nationals
St. Louis Cardinals tied at one game apiece. "That's over. You have to
Scutaro said a shutout from Matt Cain would be perfect and knew nothing about get-even plans. If
Bryce Harper Matt Holliday approached him
before the game, he joked that the Nationals Cardinals slugger would be in for
The recollection of the play was vivid.
"All of a sudden, I just saw this train coming," he said. "I didn't have time to do pretty much anything. I don't even know how I threw the ball to first, but I think I did, huh?"
He added that if
Harper Holliday had slid any farther,
"probably you're going to make it to shortstop."
Cain, who will face fellow
13-game winner Ross Detwiler 16-game
winner Kyle Lohse, said little about any possible animosity. Cain added that he
wouldn't be afraid to throw inside against Harper Holliday.
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