"The ruling was that he intentionally threw at the batter," crew chief Tom Hallion told a pool reporter. "We can either warn or eject. And with what happened in that situation, we felt the ejection was warranted."
Hallion said no warnings were issued before the series.
"We take each game individually," he said when asked if last year's playoff series played a role in the ejection. "We have to make a snap decision. We can't think about, OK, well this guy did this or he did that in Game 6 of whatever. We don't have enough time to think that way. We make a decision on what happens in the game."'''
That really doesn't make any sense to me then. You know what is going on. You have read the papers having your morning coffee. Don't give me that crap that you don't know what's going on. I haven't seen someone get ejected for something like that, as fast as that, for no reason.
I hope they don't spend Syndergaard, I can see it happening though. But, he'll end up having to serve it unlike Utley.
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