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Jun
09

I Don’t Care for That Last Call You Made


Big league front offices like to instill a standard set of values and training methods in their minor league players starting from the early-going, clearly the Braves are doing the same with their managers. Bobby Cox holds the all-time record for most ejections, Double-A Mississippi Braves manager became legendary for an ejection where he lobbed a rosin bag as a grenade amongst other antics, now, Randy Ingle of the Single A Rome Braves can add his name to the illustrious list of blustery Braves mangers.

Following a blown call down the third base line, Ingle gets into it with the home plate umpire, eventually walks down the line, picks up third, places it around the shortstop position and then signals “Foul” which is what he believed the ump should have done before. Well-played sir.

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[Augusta]


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