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1 hour ago, backwardsk said:

So if Manny wears one in the first...

Let it go?

Yes. If both teams have been warned before the game and Manny is thrown at then the pitcher is tossed. If Manny goes nuts and charges the mound then he could get tossed too. The O's need Manny. Cooler heads are needed. 

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Gotta say I'm pretty confused by this:

First of all, I didn't think it was the Sandoval slide that caused Schoop's injury. And secondly, Ubaldo got ejected from a game in that series for throwing at Sandoval's shoulder...

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Bring up the 2 hardest throwers in the Minors and drill 2 of them in a row. Since they are minor leaguers it won't hurt the ML club. I'm half kidding, part of me wants them to do it. Anyway, if I was Manny I'd be tired of it too. I've been hit and thrown at by guys that can throw 90. Not a fun experience and it always gets you riled up.

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1 minute ago, SurhoffFTW said:

Gotta say I'm pretty confused by this:

First of all, I didn't think it was the Sandoval slide that caused Schoop's injury. And secondly, Ubaldo got ejected from a game in that series for throwing at Sandoval's shoulder...

Folks seem to think that Schoop's injury, which if I recall correctly was during baserunning, was at least partially due to the damage the slide did.  The two incidents were pretty tightly grouped.

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I really appreciated Manny's tirade after the game.  That made sure Torre and Manfra took notice and hopefully will end things here.

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4 minutes ago, Dark Helmet said:

 

Palmer just said that if you suspend Sale, you'd have to suspend Bundy too. Why? Bundy was never issued a warning.

 

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Even excellent broadcasters make mistakes sometimes.

I agree with you on this one.

 

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8 hours ago, Tx Oriole said:

That's not the way to handle it. Why hit Pedroia? He is not the bad guy in this. Like Frobby said let the umpires handle it. 

Because Pedroia is the guy getting hit that is going to bother the Red Sox and their fans the most.

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Speaking of bad blood between a Boston team and a Baltimore/Washington area team:

 

 

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