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It's funny, Girardi is the most articulate of all the arguers.
Tim Timmons: I missed the call.
I'm guessing this may really be "I missed the call?"
Gary Darling: [Comes in at end of sentence]
Clint Hurdle: Oh, he did not! He didn’t [Obscured]
GD: Yes he did.
CH: There's no way. There's no way! [Obscured] The ball— [Obscured] He put down the tag, he's out.
GD: The guy was on the bag.
CH: He's out, Gary. He's out.
GD: No, he wasn't.
CH: Yes, he is! He's out. Look now, you make the right call here. Make the right call, here. He's OUT.
GD: I did make the right call.
CH: He's OUT, Gary! He's OUT! Just make the right call.
GD: I did!
CH: You DIDN'T make the right call.
CH: You made the wrong call. On a thing like that.
GD: Yeah, well, that, thank you, thank you for that, yeah.
CH: Yeah, all right. ... Make the right call! Make the right call!
GD: I did, though, Clint. This is going nowhere.
CH: I understand that...
Bobby Valentine: What the ####?! He had a big mark on his ####### wrist!
Brian O’Nora: (Tosses him)
Well, there are occasional arguments that don't just involve judgment and rules interpretation:
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