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A Little Fire

Posted by Brian Michael, Tue, May 10, 2005 11:05 PM | Comments: 0
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I flirted with the idea of giving David Bell the Steve Jeltz Award when he left the bases loaded early in tonight’s game. But then he had a good old fashioned freakout, tossed his bat and got himself tossed in the seventh. With Manuel’s ejection earlier in the game, that meant the Phillies were down two men. Both Bell and the skipper complained about similar inside pitches that were fairly obvious strikes. I suspect it was a little mounting frustration erupting that got the two ejected. Hopefully it’ll turn into a spark for the rest of the team as well. Game’s still in the 8th but not looking good; though Rob Tejada’s first pitch as a big leaguer clocked in at 95 mph.

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