Found March 09, 2013 on The Outside Corner:
I'm sure everyone heard about the brawl during Saturday's Canada-Mexico WBC matchup. In case you didn't, check it out here. Anyway, after the game, Team Canada's first base coach Larry Walker had some absolutely fantastic answers to questions from the media. Here are some of the highlights, courtesy of Yahoo's Eh Game blog. Q: Had somebody done that to you during your career, 9-3 in the ninth inning, what would've happened in a regular-season game? A: In a major league baseball game, yeah, that probably would've been called for. Maybe a brushback or a hit or something crazy like that. Their third baseman was sitting there taking the ball and telling him to hit him right in the ribs. I can't believe he didn't get tossed out of the game for instigating the whole thing. I think something would've been happening in a major league game. It might not have happened that game. You see each other enough during the season, or next year you'l...
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