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Dodgers Announcer Vin Scully ‘Translates’ Jim Tracy’s Ejection from Monday’s Game [VIDEO]

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Controversy abound in last night’s Colorado Rockies- Los Angeles Dodgers game at Dodgers Stadium. With two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, a Shane Victorino line drive to center befuddled the umpires. After a delayed call, Victorino was called out presumably ending the inning.

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly came out to argue and the umps huddled.  After a prolonged conference, they called Rockies manager Jim Tracy out of the dugout.  As they told him that the catch was being reversed into a hit, Tracy went into his tirade. Legendary broadcaster Vin Scully captures Tracy’s profanities in a blooper for the ages (or at least the rest of the season) in a video you have to watch.

From the video it appeared the umps got the call correct. However, the disputed call ended up being inconsequential as the Dodgers couldn’t score and Rockies won the game 2-0.

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