Originally Posted by TheVulture
By any measure? He's still one of best second basemen with the glove, I don't care what you think about this play.
He really isn't. This is just smoke n mirrors from Beckham apologists. He does one thing exceptionally well, and that's turn the double play. Otherwise, he has no range.
Do Smoak and Salty have a bunch of apologists too? I really don't know. They should start a band called Failed Prospects. DLS on vocals.
Reed probably never thought to call him off because it was a routine play. His reaction when Beckham trips over him is priceless. "What the hell are you doing here?"