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Re: Code of conduct enforcement is 100% on the umpires.
I agree we shouldnít talk to umpires in that manner, but it happens and that is when ejections and suspensions should and sometimes do take place. I personally have always went back and told the umpire later after being ejected, even coaching baseball, that he was right for ejecting me and I have no hard feelings. It is almost like you can tell the guys who were punished and disciplined as children growing up because they have no problem with the repercussions handed to them. And I personally donít know how AP handled his suspension, but he didnít make it publicly known if he was upset about it