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Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon got ejected by umpire Tony Randozzo in two straight games, the second one coming for simply waving his hand in disagreement with checked swing call.  

By Extra Mustard
August 18, 2014

Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon got ejected by umpire Tony Randazzo in two straight games, the second one coming for simply waving his hand in disagreement with a checked swing call.

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Randozzo said after the game that McClendon has "shooed away" his call, which still doesn't seem like much of justification for tossing the manager, considering the amount of yelling it generally takes to get ejected from a game.

[Hardball Talk]

-Brendan Maloy

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