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Thats a little more understandable than getting it in the finger because your hand was over tje middle of the plate. Otherwise anyone could just throw their hands out whemever they wanted and get a free base

If it hits the batter and not the bat IT"S A HPB!

What part don't you understand? He didn't swing!

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I'm just glad we have no one on our team with his attitude.

Im not getting paid 15 mil to play a childs game and not to have that attitude.

Besides im the best reverse jinxer on this board. Trust me, you want me making these comments. Besides, theres a neat little feature called blocking someone.

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