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How well do you read lips? If you do, you're bound to catch some choice words from Monday night's confrontation between Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter and his New York Yankees counterpart, Joe Girardi.
Showalter bolted out of the dugout after the first inning, screaming at Girardi: "That ain't right, Joe. That ain't right." Showalter also made several throat-slashing gestures. The umpires had to get between them.
Nobody cares because of football, but Buck Showalter just tried to fight Joe Girardi. Fun sports night!
-- Jimmy Traina (@JimmyTraina) September 9, 2013 What was the beef about? The Yankees thought Orioles third-base coach Bobby Dickerson was stealing signs, and Girardi and Dickerson had words.
Buck confirmed it was over accusation of sign stealing. Took exception to Dickerson being yelled at as well.
-- Brittany Ghiroli (@Britt_Ghiroli) September 10, 2013 Showalter was having none of that.
"He was yelling at the third-base coa...
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There are rivals, and then there is the American League East. The Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, and Tampa Bay Rays are in a free-for-all for the second American League Wild Card spot and every game counts. Especially when they are against each other. Tensions are high, and this was no more evident than tonight in Baltimore as the Orioles skipper Buck Showalter either took...
Your browser does not support iframes. Buck Showalter and Joe Girardi had to be restrained after getting into a fight before the second inning of the New York Yankees-Baltimore Orioles game on Monday night. The argument occurred after Girardi had words with Orioles third base coach Bobby Dickerson. Showalter came out of the Orioles dugout […]
During Monday night's Yankees-Orioles game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, things got heated after the first inning between Yankees manager Joe Girardi and Orioles manager Buck Showalter.
Apparently, Girardi was talking to Orioles third base coach Bobby Dickerson in a less than pleasant tone, offending Showalter. Showalter stormed out of the dugout and started...
Orioles manager Buck Showalter and Yankees skipper Joe Girardi got in a heated exchange in the top of the second inning at Camden Yards Monday night.
The reason for their woofing — Girardi thought he saw Orioles third-base coach Bobby Dickerson stealing signs, either pitch selection or location, in the first inning.
In fact, Girardi was so sure of what he thought he saw, he...
Manager Buck Showalter charged out of the Orioles dugout at the end of the first inning Monday night shouting angrily at Yankees manager Joe Girardi. Showalter was so hot in fact that he had to be restrained by the umpiring crew.
It didn’t take a very astute lip reader to figure out what Showalter was saying on the video replay and the first thing out of his mouth cannot be printed...
The Yankees and Orioles have a long standing rivalry which has been pretty one sided for over a decade, but we saw a spark of old times on Monday.
Things heated up when Joe Girardi screamed at Orioles 3rd base coach Bobby Dickerson for allegedly stealing signs. Which then caused Showalter to get involved and it lead to this…
Orioles ended up with the last laugh as they won 4-2
The Yankees, in order to win 90 games and maybe make the playoffs, have to go 14-4 the rest of the way...
And, as a manager, you're going to do anything to throw anyone off their game...
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Orioles Manager Buck Showalter didn't want Girardi to chirp at the third base coach, Bobby Dickerson. He...
The Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees are fighting for a AL Wild Card spot. In the first inning of Monday’s game between the two teams Orioles manager Joe Girardi went after the Yankees dugout and manager Joe Girardi.
Apparently the Yankees believe the Orioles are stealing signs and took exception with an inside pitch to Nick Markakis in the bottom of the inning.
Things got a little heated in Baltimore between the Yankees and Orioles as managers Buck Showalter and Joe Girardi got into a heated exchange after it appeared Girardi yelled at the Orioles bench. Watch below as benches clear as the two managers have to be restrained. Thank Blacksportsonline for the footage.
Next up -- Joe Girardi accuses Chris Davis of using a corked bat.
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The Yankees and Orioles are still very much in the playoff hunt, making the four-game series the two division rivals opened up Monday night a crucial one. It didn’t take long for the ill will between these two teams to become clear.
During the break between the first and second inning, Yankees manager Joe Girardi and his Baltimore counterpart, Buck Showalter, began spewing obscenities...
In the midst of a wild card race between two division rivals, things are bound to get testy, and that’s what happened on Monday night in Baltimore. Orioles manager Buck Showalter was visibly upset after seeing Yankees manager Joe Girardi talking to third base coach Bobby Dickerson. As heard by the commentators, the source of the friction was most likely sign stealing, but Showalter...
Video: Girardi didn't want any of it
Last night, in Baltimore, the New York Yankees racked up another loss this time at the hands of the Orioles with a score of 4-2.
English: Umpire with Orioles manager . (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
This marks the Yankees fourth defeat in their last five games.
And at this point in the MLB season there is not much more to say, as a team is out of options.
So now what?
Well if the Yankees...