In Scutaro's absence, Nick Noonan and Tony Abreu shared second base to begin the first fielding drill, though Bochy has named Joaquin Arias as the position's likely fill-in.
With Scutaro shelved, the best second baseman on the premises probably was guest instructor Jeff Kent, the 2000 National League Most Valuable Player with the Giants. Other Giants alumni expected to serve as guest instructors include Will Clark, Rich Aurilia and Randy Winn.
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