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There's a way to keep opposing players from engaging in displays of exuberance that accompany their having success against you. And it isn't gossiping and calling names behind the scenes. It's by stopping them from having success.
That is really well done and pointedly funny.
and what Wainwright was talking about was Adrian Gonzalez when on third(not his celebration) was "heckling" the pitcher. I can see having a problem with that honestly.
"The problem was [Cardinals players] were asked how they feel. They weren't asked to define or be the ultimate authority of right and wrong in this game," Matheny said. "I think it was taken out of context. They were asked how they felt, and they didn't like it. They have that right. They really do.
"It got turned into, all of a sudden, that we're making statements on how the game should be played. And that's not it. We take care of ourselves. I want them to continue to like and dislike whatever they want. They have that freedom and that right."
"I saw Adrian doing some Mickey Mouse stuff on third base,"
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