Luke Scott to Boston: 'Get a new park'

There's no question, though, about what type of reception Rays designated hitter Luke Scott will get. He'll get boos — loud ones. Scott has never been afraid to speak his mind, and he's back at it again, this time criticizing

There's no question, though, about what type of reception Rays designated hitter Luke Scott will get. He'll get boos — loud ones. Scott has never been afraid to speak his mind, and he's back at it again, this time criticizing

Luke Scott and Carlos Pena were the Rays' two biggest acquisitions this winter, and the duo has driven in nine runs to help the Rays open the season with a pair of victories over the New York Yankees. "That's what we talked about.

Rays designated hitter Luke Scott continued to do his part to anger Red Sox fans, calling Fenway Park "a dump" as the iconic stadium approaches its 100th anniversary. "As a baseball player, going there to work, it's a dump,"

Luke Scott Don't expect the Rays' outfielder to join in the 100th birthday celebration for Boston's Fenway Park. "As a baseball player, going there to work, it's a dump," Scott told ESPNBoston.com before the home opener at the venerable ballpark.