I seriously wonder if both teams were doing it. It does seem to be odd that he would have dirt on his hand, but as we've said, it'* way to obvious of a place to put pine tar or something. The fact that the umpires didn't actually check his hand is what strikes me the most odd. I mean, they said something to him at the end of the inning as he left the field. Wouldn't you think they would check his hand if there were any sort of question as to something going on? I mean, if umps will call a balk at the slightest improper move on the mound, why the heck would they not check a pitchers hand for an illegal substance? I really think something was going on with both teams. It makes perfect sense since it'* so cold for both teams to be in on doing it as well as the umps.
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