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Visual Confirmation That Mario Seneca Is The Most Sensitive Umpire In Baseball History

Last night, we told you about minor league umpire Mario Seneca, who ejected the music guy/college intern working for the high-A Daytona Cubs for playing "Three Blind Mice" after a questionable call. Today, video of the incident has surfaced (thanks to the Daytona Cubs themselves) and it confirms our worst fears about Seneca: He's just another thin-skinned umpire who's more concerned with being the center of attention and making the game all about him than calling a baseball game and working his way toward a big-league promotion.


Congratulations, Mario Seneca, we now know who you are. Bob Davidson would be proud.

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