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Except both times McCann has done this, it ended with the other person saying "yeah, I was wrong."
There's never any point to arguing with loudmouth rednecks.
That doesn't make McCann right. It's entirely possible to have more than one person behaving poorly.
I've watched McCann for nine years. In the Fernandez incident, he was a little ticked off, but that was more like a dad being mad at his son for acting poorly. He dressed down Fernandez, but in a somewhat civil manner.
I think Roenicke actually has a better take on this than most of this thread.
In Marlins Park a few weeks ago and at the Ted last night, both sides were in the wrong but only one apologized for their actions.
Also, I'm curious if Sam thinks the beaning incident in #80 is relevant to the narrative.
I really just don't get this. The entire Marlins team was on Fernandez; his own manager dressed him down in public. Fernandez gave the world's most sincere mea culpa and explicitly said McCann didn't do anything wrong. But the internet has decreed that McCann should apologize for some reason? And it is evidence of his poor character? It's ludicrous.
Do people who use the word "son" - as in, "Get your facts right, son," or whatever - not know they're being condescending?
Or just not care? Or what?
how about leading the game off with a lunatic who will charge the mound every time?
Every team would have a couple of Designated Goons whose job is to abuse and destroy the other team's best players.
I guess it's hangover from the 1991-2005 run.
Whoa, having seen that for the first time Gomez is being a huge dick. Good for McCann.
I forgive you. Let's hug.
25 years ago wasn't the Paleolithic Age, it was 1988.
(please don't stab me)
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