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    Brewer fan ejection.

    It is being said Molina did it,or the stupid ump.Taken into consideration TLR and Duncan were jawing at the ump all night,I'm sure Yady wanted to get his 2 cents in as well.I gotta give Al the Cards announcer alot of credit.As much as a Cards homer he is,he stated the fans pay money to get in,and that the players need a little thicker skin.
    Of course he played in another age where ballplayers played like real men,and not mollycoddled like todays players.

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    Re: Brewer fan ejection.

    Balkin Bob

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    Mollycoddled should be the Sundeck 'Word of the Week'. That needs to be worked into every game thread at least once until the Reds clinch.
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    Funny thing I emailed Hal Mccoy one time using that word,and he said he never heard it before,but he liked it.It's an old term.

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    molĚlyĚcodĚdled, molĚlyĚcodĚdling, molĚlyĚcodĚdles
    To be overprotective and indulgent toward. See Synonyms at pamper.
    n.
    A person, especially a man or a boy, who is pampered and overprotected.
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    [molly, milksop (from Molly, nickname for Mary) + coddle.]

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    Davidson hit for the cycle last night...he ejected Macha, Duncan, Dickerson, and a fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mckbearcat48 View Post
    Davidson hit for the cycle last night...he ejected Macha, Duncan, Dickerson, and a fan.
    He didn't get a vendor. He's slipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    He didn't get a vendor. He's slipping.
    They were warned before hand.

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    I thought I read that Timmons ejected Macha?

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    aint life grand?
    "Baseball is 90% mental -- the other half is physical."
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    Quote Originally Posted by mckbearcat48 View Post
    Davidson hit for the cycle last night...he ejected Macha, Duncan, Dickerson, and a fan.

    He didn't eject Macha,Tim Timmons did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Defacto View Post
    He didn't eject Macha,Tim Timmons did.
    It's Davidson's crew...

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    I guess one is not allowed to express freedom of speech at a baseball game. Unless a fan interrupts the game, I do not feel that he/she should ever be ejected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsLvr View Post
    I guess one is not allowed to express freedom of speech at a baseball game. Unless a fan interrupts the game, I do not feel that he/she should ever be ejected.
    Not meaning to get on the soap box, but this is absolute truth in America! Freedom of speech is, freedom of speech.

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    I was watching the game last night and it may have been one of the worst managed games I have seen all year, from an umpire standpoint. Davidson has to be in the top three worse umps in the game.


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