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Sport Nationals manager unhappy with his player’s bat flipping

22:02  08 july  2018
22:02  08 july  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez thinks his own catcher Pedro Severino got a bit too excited with his bat flip Saturday night. It’ s not particularly uncommon for opposing players to be rubbed the wrong way when someone hits a home run against them and flips the bat after doing so.

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Another anti-bat flip manager, but he's after his own player. © Amber Searls-USA TODAY Sports Another anti-bat flip manager, but he's after his own player.

It’s not particularly uncommon for opposing players to be rubbed the wrong way when someone hits a home run against them and flips the bat after doing so. It’s a bit less common to see someone’s own team call them out for the behavior.

Washington Nationals backup catcher Pedro Severino uncorked a rather emphatic bat flip after hitting a three-run home run against the Miami Marlins on Saturday, his second home run of the season and the fourth of his big league career. That didn’t sit well with manager Dave Martinez, who thinks Severino needed to act like he’s been there before.

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That brought the bat flip . The typical home run flip comes immediately after the swing and tends to Bat flips can cause hard feelings, as some opposing players tend to feel it violates an unwritten Nationals Manager Davey Martinez was more concerned with his shortstop Trea Turner’ s broken

It begs the question: when does it become acceptable? At what threshold is bat flipping suddenly permissible? You’re either okay with it or you’re not. After all, plenty of players far more established than Severino get called out for it, so it’s not as if there’s some universally acceptable bat-flipping code here that the young catcher violated.

Martinez should lighten up and let his guys have fun. After all, this is a manager who had his team practicing celebrations during spring training. He should know better based on that.

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Nationals manager Dave Martinez wasn' t happy when catcher Pedro Severino flipped his bat after hitting a three-run home Severino watched his no-doubt homer sail towards the fence, then flipped his bat on his way to Martinez said he’ s fine with emotion from players who hit lots of home runs

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