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White Sox does not deserve Game 2


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I can't believe the Angels Manager. He's doing a press report right now and he's like "It was a bad call but we didn't deserve the game". He doesn't even seem to care about the call but he says they wouldn't have won it anyway.

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I can't believe the Angels Manager.  He's doing a press report right now and he's like "It was a bad call but we didn't deserve the game".  He doesn't even seem to care about the call but he says they wouldn't have won it anyway.

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Wow... you'd think the manager would be backing his team :wacko:

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Human error is part of baseball.  Remember that call in the 1985 World Series (Royals and Cards) at first base?  It changed the entire series.

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Everyone knew it though. Where's the error? This is a professional sport, you shouldn't just say "Oops".

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Human error is part of baseball. Remember that call in the 1985 World Series (Royals and Cards) at first base? It changed the entire series.

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I was there.

He didnt tag him - rules are rules

also remember i think it was in the bottom of the 5th that one of the sox slid onto 2nd and he was obviously safe, but the ump called an out?

they done just change their minds - what the ump saw is what he saw

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Wow... you'd think the manager would be backing his team

he's saying that because he thinks the team can play better and shouldnt need close calls by the ump to decide a game..

in real time it wouldnt have been easy for the ump to see, we get to look at it over and over. the ump only gets to see it once, i think people forget that sometimes

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If Josh Paul would just tag Pierzynski with the ball, then none of this would have happen. I think other catchers out there would have just tag the batter just to be on the safe side. The umps blew the call and there's nothing anyone can do about it.

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