In the American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB), a situation occurred where the managers of both teams exited one after another.
New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone was ejected as soon as he started an away game against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA on the 22nd (Korean time).메이저사이트
In the bottom of the first inning, Cincinnati’s Spencer Steer hit a ball that landed on the right field with two outs on first base.
Yankees right fielder Jake Bowers attempted a sliding catch from the foul line, but missed the ball.
However, as a result of the Cincinnati bench requesting a video review, it was overturned to a double and the score was recognized.
In response, Yankees manager Boone stormed out and protested violently before being ordered to leave.
Even in the major leagues, if you protest the results of the video review, you are automatically ejected.
Manager Boone was sent off for the 29th time in his career.
Cincinnati coach David Bell protests
The Yankees turned 4-1 with Harrison Bader hitting a two-run home run in the top of the 5th even though the manager was away.
Then Cincinnati manager David Bell challenged the umpire.
In the bottom of the 8th inning, manager Bell was ordered to leave Yankees pitcher Wandy Peralta for rudely protesting to the umpire.
He had also been ejected from a Yankees game two days earlier.
According to ESPN, an American sports media outlet, Boone has been ejected 18 times over the past three years, and Bell has been ejected 12 times, ranking first and second in the major leagues.
The Yankees swept Cincinnati’s three-game series despite the chaotic atmosphere in which the managers of both teams were ejected.