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October 13, 2005

That Call

As awful as the umpiring was last night, there was one thing to admire: the careful restraint shown by Mike Scioscia. I watched him hustle out from the dugout to talk to the umpires and expected at any moment that he would explode in anger. But no. Long conversations. Careful reasoning. His anger was carefully kept in check.

What a great role model. We, too, should remember that life is a seven game series and one bad call does not mean the end of western civilization as we know it.

Meanwhile, want to vent a bit about the call? Blog away, Angel fans.

Posted by Kitty Felde at 9:41 PM

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The best thing to see last night was the Angels going away angry,
not with their heads down.

Kitty, you are right about Mike Sciosca as a role model. If anyone
can turn this into a positive, he can.

Posted by: David Nemer on October 13, 2005 10:20 PM

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