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Highlight Of Scott's Career Espnboston.com: Let’s hope Tampa Bay Rays player Luke Scott is never traded to Boston. And when the Rays and Scott — who calls Red Sox fans “arrogant” and “vulgar” — visit Fenway for the first time this season, April 13? We suggest earplugs. Scott, who was with the Orioles last season when Baltimore beat Boston on the last day of the season, is clearly not a fan of Red Sox Nation — making the Orioles’ comeback victory and the Rays’ unlikely win over the Yankees minutes later that much more satisfying. Scott didn’t hold back when expressing his disdain for Red Sox fans recently to Bill Chastain of MLB.com “Just their arrogance,” Scott said. “The fans come in and they take over the city. They’re ruthless. They’re vulgar. They cause trouble. They talk about your family. Swear at you. Who likes that? When people do that, it just gives you more incentive to beat them. Then when things like [the last game of last season] happen, you celebrate even more
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