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    Just gonna put this here as a reason the astros dugout was mad. Again, it's not the hbp, it's the location. Also, mike fiers threw over Luis valbuenas head 2 years ago, and never saw the field again for the Astros, so Hinch takes that kind of ____ seriously.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GeauxLouisiana View Post
    Any Astros pitcher that throws at an Angel will be tossed immediately.

    Speaking of Pujols owning the Astros, this is always fun to watch.

    they will do it with a call up or someone in the bullpen not important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuffGuy84 View Post
    Just gonna put this here as a reason the astros dugout was mad. Again, it's not the hbp, it's the location. Also, mike fiers threw over Luis valbuenas head 2 years ago, and never saw the field again for the Astros, so Hinch takes that kind of ____ seriously.

    As a fan of the Astros...if Hinch is Mr. HSE, he should've jumped Marisnick's ___ publicly as well or taken action like Friers....spare us the lecturing, Coach. This is part of the game..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TuffGuy84 View Post
    Just gonna put this here as a reason the astros dugout was mad. Again, it's not the hbp, it's the location. Also, mike fiers threw over Luis valbuenas head 2 years ago, and never saw the field again for the Astros, so Hinch takes that kind of ____ seriously.
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    Marisnik approach to the plate was a little left.

    Ramirez pitch was a little high.

    What difference at this point does it really make.

    It's baseball.


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    Like I said the other day, high and tight was coming. At least is was Marisnik. Angels picked the moment, glad it was not the first pitch of the game.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunVic View Post
    Marisnik approach to the plate was a little left.

    Ramirez pitch was a little high.

    What difference at this point does it really make.

    It's baseball.
    One was an incidental play in the game of baseball, one came with the possibility of ending a mans life. One is suspension, and the other is manslaughter. Baseball has its limits. Wanna plunk him and send a message, cool, but aim at a guys head and your literally threatening someone's life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuffGuy84 View Post
    One was an incidental play in the game of baseball, one came with the possibility of ending a mans life. One is suspension, and the other is manslaughter. Baseball has its limits. Wanna plunk him and send a message, cool, but aim at a guys head and your literally threatening someone's life.
    So a 230lb monster, full speed, head first, with a helmet on, hitting you in the face isn't life threatening??? At least the hitter has a chance to move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacob81 View Post
    So a 230lb monster, full speed, head first, with a helmet on, hitting you in the face isn't life threatening??? At least the hitter has a chance to move.
    This!!...if I had to be in one of their shoes, I'm picking the guy wearing a helmet and sees the train coming down the track...rather than the guy who doesn't even know what hit him

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    Quote Originally Posted by TuffGuy84 View Post
    One was an incidental play in the game of baseball, one came with the possibility of ending a mans life. One is suspension, and the other is manslaughter. Baseball has its limits. Wanna plunk him and send a message, cool, but aim at a guys head and your literally threatening someone's life.
    Angels pitcher and manager were suspended for what happened Tuesday night. Issue is now behind us. Marisnick had an great game last night with big plays in the field and at the plate.

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    Angels pitcher and manager were suspended for what happened Tuesday night. Issue is now behind us. Marisnick had an great game last night with big plays in the field and at the plate.
    This! Once again people get emotional in the moment instead of sticking with the facts! Jake Marisnick is a guy that plays the game all out, often making highlight catches that are on ESPN. He's not known as a dirty player and never has been. He took the wrong angle on the path home and was correctly called out. The suspension was also the correct call for the violation. The play at the plate has always been part of the game and many of catchers have received similar injuries in the past, which is why the rule was changed. End of story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    This! Once again people get emotional in the moment instead of sticking with the facts! Jake Marisnick is a guy that plays the game all out, often making highlight catches that are on ESPN. He's not known as a dirty player and never has been. He took the wrong angle on the path home and was correctly called out. The suspension was also the correct call for the violation. The play at the plate has always been part of the game and many of catchers have received similar injuries in the past, which is why the rule was changed. End of story.
    My sentiments exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    This! Once again people get emotional in the moment instead of sticking with the facts! Jake Marisnick is a guy that plays the game all out, often making highlight catches that are on ESPN. He's not known as a dirty player and never has been. He took the wrong angle on the path home and was correctly called out. The suspension was also the correct call for the violation. The play at the plate has always been part of the game and many of catchers have received similar injuries in the past, which is why the rule was changed. End of story.
    Marisnick Still deserves that green and purple bruise he will be sporting for the next week. Only bad part is that he turned his body so that that ball didn't hit him squarely.

    If the pitch would have hit him as solid as his shoulder hit Luc's face it would have bounced off of him back towards the mound and ended up 2-3 feet in front of the plate rather than rolling to the back stop.

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    Marisnick Still deserves that green and purple bruise he will be sporting for the next week. Only bad part is that he turned his body so that that ball didn't hit him squarely.

    If the pitch would have hit him as solid as his shoulder hit Luc's face it would have bounced off of him back towards the mound and ended up 2-3 feet in front of the plate rather than rolling to the back stop.
    Are you really indicating you wish a player suffer more than he did. I doubt Lucroy agrees with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajunsmike View Post
    Are you really indicating you wish a player suffer more than he did. I doubt Lucroy agrees with you.
    Suffer? I would hope that a grown ___ man doesn't consider a bruise from HBP as "suffering".

    I'm saying, considering the injury he inflicted to Luc's face and brain, he got off too easy with the pitch glancing off of him.

    I never said that I wish he would have suffered a serious injury (like broken face and concussion) but I would not be feeling sorry for him if the pitch had landed squarely between his shoulder blades where it was intended to.

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