"He was gesturing and arguing balls and strikes," Layne told a pool reporter. "That's automatic ejection. When I warned him, he didn't take any knowledge of that, and that's it. Bottom line, it was just pure balls and strikes."
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"If he would have stuck his glove out to try to make an attempt, we have a different play," Layne said.
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