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  • "You're MLB! What do you mean you're not accountable?" Gonzalez said he responded. Dodgers teammate Joc Pederson walked up to the crowd of reporters around Gonzalez and said: "Unbelievable, huh? What cheap baseball shirts kind of rules are those?" "Mexico! Mexico! Mexico!" Pederson chanted loudly. "Going into the ninth inning, our strategy we had talked about, was if we gave up a run, we would intentionally walk somebody and balk him in to tie the game, and try to win the game by two in extras," Gonzalez said. "But because we were told you had to win by two, we went for the win." "So the whole game strategy changes by what we were told," Gonzalez added. "Unbelievable. And all they said afterwards was 'Well, that's what we decided.'" At issue was the definition of a partial defensive inning. "The whole time they're just putting youth baseball jerseys cheap their heads, like an ostrich sticking his head in a hole and trying to let it all diffuse and go away," Gonzalez said. "I told it to their face. 'You guys are unaccountable, you don't account for your own actions, you guys have no integrity.' "They don't want to put out the face of 'we made a mistake,'" Gonzalez said. "They're just going to stick to what they said, so it sounds like they didn't make a mistake. They're blaming it on the media outlets, not themselves. So that's a cowardly way out." Outfielder Alex Verdugo, Gonzalez' Mexico teammate at the WBC, said he enjoyed the experience of playing in Mexico, but felt the ending circumstances left a "bad taste." "There's nothing we can do about it now," Verdugo said. "When we won, you could see the emotions that we had. How we reacted when we won, how Venezuela reacted when they Carlos Beltran Jersey lost. They thought they were out. We thought we were advancing. It's tough to swallow." Verdugo said he'd participate again for his Mexico teammates, but would have to think about it given how the situation with his team was handled this year. Puerto Rico Baseball Youth Manager Dave Roberts said Gonzalez, Verdugo, Sergio Romo and Rob Segedin, all WBC participants who rejoined the Dodgers on Wednesday, got the day to get re-acclimated to spring training and will soon be back in action. ... SS Corey Seager and OF Andre Ethier took part in the morning's workout but still aren't playing in games because of minor injuries, Roberts said. "If it was in the middle of the season, they would be able to play, but right now where we're at, we still feel that it's prudent to take it slow," he said. If you want to know more about 2017 world baseball information, see, you can get it!