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.