Umpire Will Little's Horrible Strike Zone Broke Tony Pena

To say home plate umpire Will Little had a generous strike zone during Tuesday’s Dominican Republic-Puerto Rico match would be an understatement. It didn’t matter if a pitch was high, low, or outside — if it was in the vicinity, Will was calling a strike:
https://twitter.com/jcuriel6/status/841868589015666692
This was obviously cool for the Puerto Rican team, who had the devil’s catcher, Yadier Molina, putting on a framing clinic. But for Dominican manager Tony Pena, he had enough of the BS in the eighth inning after a low strike call on Carlos Santana:
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Leading up to the ejection, Tony was also dropping some hard F-bombs in the dugout:
https://twitter.com/Eich_AJ/status/841857646609203201

Final out of the game: Solid pitch high and outside

https://twitter.com/JulioLachapelle/status/841872943969931264

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