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Latarian
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Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


Then homers on next pitch. Game is a laugher if he doesn't get 4 strikes.








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Broski
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


First time watching baseball?





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geauxlsu07
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


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Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


please don't...take the win and move on






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SBC
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


Shut up





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geauxlsu07
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


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Shut up


why the frick you telling me to shut up?






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Latarian
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


no, you?


tell me why ump granted time with Lohse in motion? also Ross is a catcher, if he knows time is called why does he swing?

do u watch baseball?






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diddydirtyAubie
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


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also Ross is a catcher, if he knows time is called why does he swing?


he didn't know it was going to be called...it's kind of a reaction when the ball is thrown.



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bbap
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


You're not allowed to discuss that call.





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motorbreath
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


Who's to say if time is not granted, Ross still swings and misses?





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Latarian
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


the ump obviously didnt announce it, otherwise Ross steps out or makes no effort at swing

horse shite call that braves fans ignore, doesn't help the narrative






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Stripes314
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


Which is the funny thing about it. We got jobbed and nobody gave a shite. But seriously though, lets take the win and move on. It turns out the right call was made anyways.





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Latarian
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


Fact: time should've never been granted that late.

I'm protesting






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Latarian
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


I agree, just hypocritical to ignore that call.





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CatFan81
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


You won. Legit or not. Shut up and move on.

Go Nats!






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motorbreath
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re: Where's the outrage on Ross' time granted in 2nd?


No doubt time shouldn't have been granted. And nobody is making a big deal about because A) who makes a big deal about a call that went against the team that won? And B) there was another play that was a tad worse than the other one that perhaps stopped a potential big inning.

And the runner interference on Simmons, while technically correct, runners are taught to do it because it is almost never enforced. Shitty time to start making that call. The umps in this game reminded me of my bosses; they feel like they have to do something to justify their enormous salaries, even if that something is detrimental to the company.






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