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At the plate. Saiko was indeed signaling him to get down. I wish I knew how to get a screenshot. It was maybe a little late, but it was 1/2 a second at least before he crossed home plate. It was also kind of a weak signal, as he was just pointing towards the ground with one hand, which may be just as infuriating as not signaling at all. He was pointing towards the ground, though.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Whoever was right behind Saiko was giving the frantic, two handed international sign for "get down", as well. His signal was not weak. I guess that was Vergason.
Just plain false, Esposito had both hands up STOP sign the whole way. Other is your opinion, but I will disagree. i like seeing a little fire out of Chad, new role for him having to be the disciplinarian.
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