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Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia on the tragedy at the Boston Marathon

Apr 16, 2013|

Joe Castiglione talked briefly with the Sox catcher about the team's hearing about the Boston Marathon tragedy on the team bus. Salty said his first feeling was anger about this senseless attack.

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Sorry where were you and you heard about the explosion jurors today in Boston. We're actually on the bus discuss the only game showered dressed and none of us and that's kind of where their own and mentioned that. What did you sense the feeling was among the players when they first heard. I think mentors zanger. You know we're all. Scott wondered -- you know I didn't make any sense you know we didn't know anything about it but -- -- -- phones trends few of those going on what happened. You know they're losers -- anger in just kind of like senselessly what knows point what was the reason. So. Your dad and to see youngsters are victimized like they were especially Manhattan everybody -- was a victim we feel for what especially youngsters. Yeah -- -- that's kind of first and went through my head you know these innocent kids and you're innocent people just enjoy the event and doing something. You know especially as I was in the -- all around. It just to see some like and hear about it was. It's just those nagging sense it will be difficult to play baseball tonight. I don't think that. It's tough I've been through anything like this before sort kisses him you know not hit us. But I think you know it's going to be our minds it's going to be. You know it's going to be a tough situation. I think it hits a home with -- us more than anything just because. This is my home you know I'm I'm from -- is in Florida but you know eight months -- of the year that's my whole that's my whole Mike is one of my family. This is going to be it's going to be tough -- also thank -- Celtic.

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