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    Re: Amica Strike Zone

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    But once again Ortiz puts himself infront of his team.  His melt down to the umpire that night will no doubt hurt the sox, as we saw last night in a blown call at home plate.



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    Re: Amica Strike Zone

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    Acording  to felger and other sources, the infamous pitch to Ortiz touched the top of the Amica strike zone box.  Someone said that Don and Remy seemed to have no problem with Ortiz's melt down.   Funny how the two reference the Amica Strike zone all game long but never went to it to see where this pitch fell.

    The most important reason the umpire called it a strike was he was following MLB rules.  MLB rules state that once a pitcher is in the set position and the batter steps out of the batter's box, the umpire is allowed to call a strike no matter what.

    I guess if Ortiz wants to get respect from the umpires, he should learn the rules. But he already gets more respect than most, including being granted time out in the late innings of a no hitter, which Ortiz broke up after the time out.

    But once again Ortiz puts himself infront of his team.  His melt down to the umpire that night will no doubt hurt the sox, as we saw last night in a blown call at home plate.


    you lost me jack as soon as you mentioned that schmecklebendah felger.

     
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    Re: Amica Strike Zone

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    Acording  to felger and other sources, the infamous pitch to Ortiz touched the top of the Amica strike zone box.  Someone said that Don and Remy seemed to have no problem with Ortiz's melt down.   Funny how the two reference the Amica Strike zone all game long but never went to it to see where this pitch fell.

    The most important reason the umpire called it a strike was he was following MLB rules.  MLB rules state that once a pitcher is in the set position and the batter steps out of the batter's box, the umpire is allowed to call a strike no matter what.

    I guess if Ortiz wants to get respect from the umpires, he should learn the rules. But he already gets more respect than most, including being granted time out in the late innings of a no hitter, which Ortiz broke up after the time out.

    But once again Ortiz puts himself infront of his team.  His melt down to the umpire that night will no doubt hurt the sox, as we saw last night in a blown call at home plate.

     


    you lost me jack as soon as you mentioned that schmecklebendah felger.

     




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    Re: Amica Strike Zone

    In response to jackbu's comment:

    Acording  to felger and other sources, the infamous pitch to Ortiz touched the top of the Amica strike zone box.  Someone said that Don and Remy seemed to have no problem with Ortiz's melt down.   Funny how the two reference the Amica Strike zone all game long but never went to it to see where this pitch fell.

    The most important reason the umpire called it a strike was he was following MLB rules.  MLB rules state that once a pitcher is in the set position and the batter steps out of the batter's box, the umpire is allowed to call a strike no matter what.

    I guess if Ortiz wants to get respect from the umpires, he should learn the rules. But he already gets more respect than most, including being granted time out in the late innings of a no hitter, which Ortiz broke up after the time out.

    But once again Ortiz puts himself infront of his team.  His melt down to the umpire that night will no doubt hurt the sox, as we saw last night in a blown call at home plate.



    Ha ha ha...this is just nutty, jack.  Umps are blowing calls left, right, and centre all over baseball, they don't need any special reason to do it.

    Funny stuff though.

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Amica Strike Zone

    In response to jackbu's comment:

    Acording  to felger and other sources, the infamous pitch to Ortiz touched the top of the Amica strike zone box.  Someone said that Don and Remy seemed to have no problem with Ortiz's melt down.   Funny how the two reference the Amica Strike zone all game long but never went to it to see where this pitch fell.

    The most important reason the umpire called it a strike was he was following MLB rules.  MLB rules state that once a pitcher is in the set position and the batter steps out of the batter's box, the umpire is allowed to call a strike no matter what.

    I guess if Ortiz wants to get respect from the umpires, he should learn the rules. But he already gets more respect than most, including being granted time out in the late innings of a no hitter, which Ortiz broke up after the time out.

    But once again Ortiz puts himself infront of his team.  His melt down to the umpire that night will no doubt hurt the sox, as we saw last night in a blown call at home plate.



    You realize you just made it clear that you did in fact not watch the game. I did watch the game and it was not close to the amica strike zone, nice try hater.

     
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