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Sport Watch: Chris Sale ejected for chewing out umpire after he's relieved

01:20  14 june  2018
01:20  14 june  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Chris Sale had to let umpire Brian Knight know how he felt about his strike zone before he left the game Wednesday.

Knight quickly let Sale know his own opinion, ejecting the Red Sox' ace before he even made it to the dugout after manager Alex Cora removed him from the game with runners on second and third in the seventh inning.

Sale struck out nine batters in six scoreless frames, but was particularly miffed at several pitches called balls throughout the game.

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White Sox ace Chris Sale didn't hide his excitement after home plate umpire Brian Gorman made sure he wouldn't have to face Miguel Cabrera again after th Sale appeared to be quite relieved about the ejection .

He was thrown out within 15 seconds and continued to voice his displeasure vocally to a few of the umpires before finally going back to the dugout. VIDEO: @CubsJoeMadd gets ejected and is likely to be suspended for making contact with multiple umps multiple times.

a close up of a man in a baseball uniform throwing a ball: Chris Sale © (Getty Images) Chris Sale

One in particular came in the third inning on a pitch seemingly just off the middle of the plate.

Not to be outdone by Knight, Sale made sure to give him one last piece of his mind in the dugout on his way into the clubhouse.

There is no audible audio, but we warn you what he says is highly inflammatory.

Sale finished with six innings pitched, two hits and one earned run allowed.

Lou Piniella 'embarrassed' watching videos of his arguments with umpires .
Piniella was ejected dozens of times in his MLB career as a manager, usually after an animated argument with an umpire.That's because Piniella qualifies as something of an expert on manager tirades on the field. In his 23-year managerial career, Piniella was ejected 63 times.

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