MLB manager tells his own giant mascot to get lost

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It's not everyday that you see something as ridiculous as this, and there is no wonder why this manager decided to tell himself to bail. 

That may sound insane and that's because it is. Nationals manager Matt Williams returned to face the Arizona Diamondbacks for the first time as a manager, and he was greeted by a giant mascot of himself pitchside

Williams played practically every role from player to owner during his days in Arizona, and he came face to face with a mascot that he inspired this week. 

This experience was obviously a terrible one for Williams, with the video above showing the manager telling the mascot of himself where to go. 

It's likely he said something a little different but you get what we're saying.

The mascot is part of a Legends Race, where the Williams mascot races mascot versions of Mark Grace, Randy Johnson and Luis Gonzalez.

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