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SportSean Doolittle does a tap dance on Joe Maddon's mind games

06:55  19 may  2019
06:55  19 may  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Joseph John Maddon Jr. (born February 8, 1954) is an American professional baseball manager for the Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball (MLB).

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Sean Doolittle does a tap dance on Joe Maddon's mind games © Provided by Perform Media Channels Limited

Here's the Cliff's Notes version of the ninth inning of Cubs-Nationals on Saturday night: Toe tap, no tap, Joe's chapped, Doo claps back.

The longer version: Cubs manager Joe Maddon was upset that Nats closer Sean Doolittle was allowed to tap his front foot on the mound while delivering a pitch, and he argued with the umpires about it.

Fox Sports 1 broadcaster Len Kasper, the Cubs' regular TV voice, reminded viewers that MLB told Cubs pitcher Carl Edwards Jr. earlier this season that his toe tap constituted an illegal pitch. In Maddon's mind, umpires should have treated Doolittle the same.

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Sean Robert Doolittle (born September 26, 1986) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball (MLB).

At Maddon ’ s Post they said every night is a Friday night with pizza, pasta, pierogis and a whole lot more. Pictures of the Maddon family blanket the back walls, his personally selected and somewhat quirky artwork hangs above the stairs and Maddon even curated the furniture, the wax, and

Maddon eventually protested the game.

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A video comparison of the motions and what Doolittle said umpires told him Saturday:

That's part of why Doolittle wasn't fazed by the gamesmanship. He retired the Cubs in order in the ninth inning to nail down a save. Afterward, he tweaked Maddon and his reputation for being a baseball savant:

Given Doolittle's comments, Maddon's protest probably isn't worth, well, something that rhymes with tap.

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