Ejection for showing dissatisfaction with a ball call
New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone has been ejected for protesting another umpire’s call. 토토사이트 It’s his sixth ejection this year.
Boone was ejected from the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series game against the Chicago White Sox in the top of the eighth inning at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., on Aug. 8 after expressing his displeasure with the umpire’s strike call.
In the top of the eighth inning, with the Yankees down 1-2, Anthony Wolf drew a walk.
When the umpire called it a strike, Boone yelled at the umpire in the dugout and vented his frustration.
Umpire Ruth Dias then ordered Boone to leave the game.
After the ejection, 스포츠토토 Boone rushed out of the dugout and ran to umpire Dias, who vehemently protested.
Boone continued his protest by drawing a line with his finger next to home plate and mimicking umpire Diaz’s strikeout call.
It was Boone’s sixth ejection of the season, following ejections on April 13 against the Cleveland Cavaliers, May 16 against the Toronto Blue Jays, May 22 against the Cincinnati Reds, May 26 against the Baltimore Orioles, and last month on May 3 against the St. Louis Cardinals.
It is the 32nd ejection of his career since taking over as Yankees manager in 2018.
It is the sixth most among active managers, trailing only Bruce Bochy of the Texas Rangers (80), Bob Melvin of the San Diego Padres (59), Terry Francona of Cleveland (50), Buck Showalter of the New York Mets (36) and Bud Black of the Colorado Rockies (35).
After the game, Boone said, “I was pretty upset. It wasn’t just Wolfe’s at-bat, 스포츠토토맨 it was the calls in general.”
The Yankees scored three more runs after Boone’s ejection to fall to 1-5.