In most productive moment of the season, Brian Schneider kicks a chair, launches into profanity-laced tirade after Frank questions pitch selection and reporters question his health.
"There are 160 pitches a game. If someone wants to say something about one pitch during the game, then he has that opinion, and he's entitled to that opinion. But, obviously, we don't want to throw a pitch where it was. If the pitch is in a different location, then we would have a different result. That's all I have to say about that pitch. I didn't throw the pitch...I'm not going to talk about who and what pitch. You can talk to Rauch about it." (Brian Schneider, via Nationals dot com, 8/13/2006)
Schneider, in the midst of a large group of reporters after the game, was asked if he was okay. "I'm not hurt," he said sharply. Uncharacteristically, he stormed back to the players' lounge, slamming a chair on the way. "How many times do I have to say it?" he shouted. (via Washington Post, 8/13/2006)