And one last thing. Just cause someone went to Umpire school or even worked in the Minors, that alone doesn't make them the holy grail. I saw and have seen guys at class with me, that couldn't tie their shoes correct, but got jobs in MiLB cause they had certain things.
Am i the only one who thinks you over stepped your boundaries? If you were the BU let it go, it's the PU job to handle balls and strikes ( now there is a certain point were the BU can step in) I do not believe it was time for you to step in and quiet the Assistant coach down. But good job on giving the coach a warning ( or restriction ) and then the coach gets to decide if he chooses to stay in the game or not.
Now on the the Numbers of ejections.. some guys never EJ cause they are scared, some eject cause they're too aggressive. The number of Ejections means nothing, if i told how i have you think I'm weak.. but i handle my own.
Yes, most clinics are teaching to be in the Deep B.. but it is still personal preference as to where you stand, B allows you a better looks at the swipe tags that go outside, C allows for a better look at the play where the fielder blocks the base.