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Old Fri Aug 18, 2000, 04:25pm
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It just occurred to me that now that my season is officially over, that I achieved a new Manager/Coach ejection record.....for me....that is.........the record for one season is ......exactly 0.......in 7+ years I have had what I would call a reasonable ejection ratio...this year none.......and it's not that I didnt have my share of rhubarbs........god knows I did...... I feel I have gotten to a point where I am comfortable with my abilities and knowledge...and that has given me a feeling of confidence that seems to have kept a few MGRS in the game........never thought this would happen..........probably better eject someone in fall ball just to make sure they dont think Ive gone soft......lol....
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Old Fri Aug 18, 2000, 11:00pm
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Originally posted by Stan W:
It just occurred to me that now that my season is officially over, that I achieved a new Manager/Coach ejection record.....for me....that is.........the record for one season is ......exactly 0


Braggart!

Generally, the more experience you get, the fewer ejections you will have. There are two reasons:

(1) You call better. You're in better position, you correctly anticipate where a play will go, you've developed your timing.

(2) You manage the game better. Your intrapersonal skills have improved. Your reputation among the coaches precedes you at the park.

One thing I know: You drop in ejections has nothing to do with coaches learning how to behave and everything to do with your learning how to keep them and their players [/b]in[/b] the game.

Congratulations on a great season!

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