Mets position vacuum on first
On Aug. 16, 2004, first baseman Doug Mientkiewicz started a game for the Red Sox against Toronto. He played seven innings in the field, had four total chances, made two putouts, registered two assists and participated in one double play.
Oh, by the way, he was playing second base at the time.
The man has skills.
"He's just got such great instincts," Blue Jays general manager J.P. Ricciardi said. "He's one of these guys who, if he had to play another position, he wouldn't ...
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