The Art of Umpiring Requires Some Dramatic Interpretation

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I would be remiss if I didn't post this video from our pal Meech at The Fightins' (read: I went to the Yankees game last night and didn't have a chance to prep some actual content for you today so I will post videos)

Please enjoy veteran umpire Tim Tschida's dramatic interpretation of young pitcher Yorman Bazardo's balk. This is high drama, indeed.

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Everyone in my office is staring at me for mumbling "ha cha cha cha cha cha cha cha" to myself just now.

Alternate Comment: He's no Tom DeLay! TOPICAL!

Tim Tschida recently graduated from the Frank Drebin School of Umpiring.

that was a touching Michael Jackson tribute by Tschida

I applaud Tim Tschida for bringing back the old classics, like his Al Jolson impression.

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