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Isn't that was base coaches are for? Did Dickerson say anything? Was Manny listening to him? There was plenty of time -- the play took forever to unfold.

Manny didn't really leave the bag until the last moment.

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It feels like this team is trying to not score I swear. That's little league right there! Tag regardless...you will score either way geez

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Bordick really took that in a bizzare direction. If manny thought it was going to fall in why does that matter he could have walked home. He was maybe 5 feet off the base and didn't tag!

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