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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    About time.


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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    Just a phenomenal game. Innings like those keep me coming back.



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    What I liked is that everyone in the dugout was on the same page. They even got Bobby Cox to go into the tunnel. Awesome game



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    Quote Originally Posted by Jay_Clone View Post
    What I liked is that everyone in the dugout was on the same page. They even got Bobby Cox to go into the tunnel. Awesome game
    Except for that one damn bat boy carrying the chair.



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    Meh it was ok.



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    Wow...this is incredible. Brewers did this last year and get chastised for it and the bowling pin celebration. People got mad that they were pre-planning their celebrations.



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    Saw something similar at a Memphis Redbirds game when a kid hit his first HR in triple A. They couldn't all bail for the clubhouse since it was a middle inning, but they just sat in the dugout and nobody said a word to the kid for the rest of the inning. Didn't even get high-fives from the base coaches.



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    As a fan at the game I would be a little disappointed and expecting a curtain call.



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    It looked like players made their way back out, McLouth probably did give a curtain call



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    Quote Originally Posted by clone2011 View Post
    Saw something similar at a Memphis Redbirds game when a kid hit his first HR in triple A. They couldn't all bail for the clubhouse since it was a middle inning, but they just sat in the dugout and nobody said a word to the kid for the rest of the inning. Didn't even get high-fives from the base coaches.
    That happens all the time. Silent treatment usually goes to somebody that is struggling and then hits a home run. Nobody gives him a high five or says a word to him when he gets back into the dugout



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    Only thing that would have made it better is if the 3rd base coach ran into the clubhouse too.



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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    The guy hits a HR to win the game and gets nothing. Teams don't have to act like the Brewers did, but seeing the Rockies win numerous walk offs there's got to be nothing like jumping into a mob at home plate. He may never get another walk off shot and he was robbed of the celebration that deserves.


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    Re: McLouth HR celebration

    Quote Originally Posted by CyclonesRulzzz View Post
    The guy hits a HR to win the game and gets nothing. Teams don't have to act like the Brewers did, but seeing the Rockies win numerous walk offs there's got to be nothing like jumping into a mob at home plate. He may never get another walk off shot and he was robbed of the celebration that deserves.

    Yeah, everyone on the Braves hates Nate McLouth and wanted to ruin his moment, that's it.



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