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    Narron showing some back bone

    I got to give props to Jerry Narron for leaving the dugout and giving it to the crew chief Charlie Relaford for such an atrocious call.About time we see a little fire in a skipper,something that these players haven't seen in quite awhile.

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    Who else LOVED that head bob? That was a classic argument. When you get thrown out, you go all out. And there is no better way than with the ridiculous, no meaning, out of hand HEAD BOB! That is how you do it JN!

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    I still maintain that he couldn't stand watching Williams on the mound anymore and did everything he could to run away and hide.

    Thankfully, Weeks, Hatterberg, Fielder and the 1B Blue gave him his quick exit.

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    Quote Originally Posted by AvesIce51
    Who else LOVED that head bob? That was a classic argument. When you get thrown out, you go all out. And there is no better way than with the ridiculous, no meaning, out of hand HEAD BOB! That is how you do it JN!
    LOL, I'm with ya man. That was hilarious

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    Quote Originally Posted by AvesIce51
    Who else LOVED that head bob? That was a classic argument. When you get thrown out, you go all out. And there is no better way than with the ridiculous, no meaning, out of hand HEAD BOB! That is how you do it JN!
    I thought is was wonderful as well. We needed a side view replay to see if there was any spittle involved. If so, he gets a solid 9/10 for the effort...reserving a 10/10 rating for extra effort stuff like dirt kicking, hat stomping, and base throwing.

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    The head bob was sweet thats for sure. I agree with Highlifeman though I think like most of us Narron was just absolutely boiling watching Williams suck again and that call was his breaking point.

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    Quote Originally Posted by AvesIce51
    Who else LOVED that head bob?
    Haven't see that since the days of Trader Jack.
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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    Is there any video or photos of the argument?

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    I loved his head bobbing.........What with Narron's voice.........sounds like a gravel pit in his throat.........

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    That's the kind of call you gotta get thrown out on. Common sense tells you the guy couldn't have kept his foot on the bag. And checking with the home plate ump? I'm all for "getting it right" but the 1b ump was standing right there and the home plate ump was 90 feet away. Just get the stinking call right in the first place, Relaford.

    As for Narron, I wanted him to do some barking on Sunday at the atrocious balls and strikes, too, but nary a word. Was glad to see him out there both tonight and on Monday on that pathetic call on Freel trying to steal 3b.
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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    I thought the strike zone was horrible last night, for both teams

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    I thought it was funny after he was done barking he calmly walked back to the dugout as if nothing happened.

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    If it was Miley, he would have got a Coke, a smile, and a

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    If it was Miley, people would wonder why he wasnt in Columbus managing the Clippers... Security would then usher him out.

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    Re: Narron showing some back bone

    Quote Originally Posted by redsmetz
    Is there any video or photos of the argument?

    I'm curious too,anyone have a link or whatnot?I just saw a short clip on espn.What was Marty saying when this was going on?


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