VIDEO: Aubrey Huff Explains His Failure To Cover 2nd Base

Possibly the most bizarre moment in an exceedingly bizarre game on Saturday between the San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets involved Aubrey Huff failing to cover second base.

Just in case you hadn't heard by now, Bruce Bochy elected to have Aubrey Huff play second base -- for the first time in his career -- in the bottom of the ninth inning on Saturday, after the Giants had managed to come back and steal a 4-4 tie in the top of the ninth.

The Giants got into a jam with runners on base, but got the inning-ending double-play grounder they were hoping for. The only problem was, when the 6-4-3 was initiated, Huff was nowhere to be found at second base. The double-clutch from shortstop resulted in a throw to first base -- and a play where no one was out.

The Giants lost the ball game and that play may have been the crucial one that cost the Giants a possible win. Comcast SportsNet spoke with Huff after the game to get his take on the play in question.

In fairness, it was a questionable decision from the outset to ask Huff to play a position that conflicted with his expertise. Still, it was a moment that Giants fans will be talking about for a long time -- and probably not fondly.

For more on the Giants, head over to McCovey Chronicles. For the Mets side of things, check out Amazin' Avenue.

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