Found September 10, 2013 on Baseball Hot Corner:
Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter and New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi exchanged unpleasantries in a heated affair yesterday. The incident apparently stemmed from the Orioles stealing signs, which prompted  Girardi to voice his displeasure to third base coach Bobby Dickerson, which in turn set Showalter go off. I would have actually liked to have seen these two combatants drop the gloves, odds are Girardi wins but old Buck may have had a few tricks up his sleeve. The Battle: The Aftermath: The post Rumble In The Bronx: Showalter And Girardi Exchange Unpleasantries appeared first on Baseball Hot Corner.
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