Found May 27, 2013 on Ride The Pine:
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona made his return to Fenway Park over the weekend for the first time as an opposing manager since being fired from the Red Sox at the end of the 2011 season. It seems that Terry forgot some of the Boston traditions.  Along with Michael Bourn, who was called out on the steal attempt, Francona had to stop his debate with the umpire for the singing of God Bless America. It if funny watching everyone take their hats/helmets off while still yelling at each other.  At the end of the video, the trio shares a laugh over the timing of the argument.     The post Indians Argument With Umpire Interrupted By “God Bless America” appeared first on Ride The Pine.
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