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I went with Baker to Wendelstedt in '05, he always had that arrogance and cockiness about him.  He is working as a fill-in because the politics of the game, not because he is better than a Little League umpire.

Wow sounds like someoneis a little jealous.." he's no better than a LL umpire.."..LOL ok.. if you say so.


he's throwing gum on the field..big deal... I know I try to put in my wrapper.. but..whatever.. whats next.. dont spit sunflower seeds out either.

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It's disrespectful.  Someone else has to clean that up.  You should learn by kindergarten that you don't throw gum on the ground.  And yes, I think he is a douche.  

Can't figure this out.   It sounds (probably wrongly) like Jordan was chosen instead of you because he is arrogant and cocky and he heard personally from an instructor, that is what they are looking

TOTALLY DIFFERENT ......   You guys can be so two faced it's ridiculous ......   You always pride yourself on acting professional, looking professional, etc, etc, etc .....but throwing NUMEROUS wa

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