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Pictures From The Game That Should Be Protested

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They had like five different first pitches; the last one was by this thing.   Officer Snook and Billy go way back, it seems   Eventually, though, Officer Snook had to be escorted off the premises for conduct unbecoming to an officer
 
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It was me and the cameraman; once again the crowd mostly stayed home   Loretta and Biggio were totally relaxed, since they weren't starting   Ausmus appears to be taking charge while Craig and Mark chill
 
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Since Biggio was relaxin', Coleman told Berkman to get out there and stretch   Bruntlett enters the dugout after having stretched   Burke leads off the game
 
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Carlos Lee during his first AB   The pitch before Lee doubled and scored on the two Marlins errors   Jennings throws early on
 
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Ramirez during his first AB, before his homer   I was real distressed when I saw Jennings on deck in the sixth   No action in the bullpen
 
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When Munson batted in the 12th, I was thinking Gar should have pinch-hit with Ausmus. It ain't easy catching 12 innings. I knew Garner wouldn't do this, because he's deathly afraid of injury to the catcher with one out of the game, but events in the bottom half proved that a fresh Ausmus in the 12th would have been a good idea   Garner tempted fate by pitching McLemore two innings, but Mark rewarded Garner's faith with his best major league appearance.