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Upset over being ejected from the game, Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss grabs a bat on the way to smashing it against the wall in the team's dugout on the way to the showers against the Atlanta Braves in the eighth inning of the Rockies' 10-3 victory in a baseball game in Denver on Thursday, June 12, 2014. Weiss was ejected for arguing after the rockies' Corey Dickerson was hit by a pitch thrown by Braves relief pitcher David Carpenter. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Upset over being ejected from the game, Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss grabs a bat on the way to smashing it against the wall in the team's dugout on the way to the showers against the Atlanta Braves in the eighth inning of the Rockies' 10-3 victory in a baseball game in Denver on Thursday, June 12, 2014. Weiss was ejected for arguing after the rockies' Corey Dickerson was hit by a pitch thrown by Braves relief pitcher David Carpenter. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

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