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SportWatch: Andrew Benintendi ejected as he’s walking back to dugout

05:25  12 june  2019
05:25  12 june  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Andrew Sebastian Benintendi (born July 6, 1994) is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB).

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Watch: Andrew Benintendi ejected as he’s walking back to dugout© Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Boston Red Sox star Andrew Benintendi and manager Alex Cora were ejected from Tuesday’s game against the Texas Rangers on Tuesday.

Benintendi was the first to get the thumb. His actions didn’t seem to warrant it, however.

After Benintendi was tossed, Cora came out to resume the argument. He was also shown the door.

So, what happened?

First off, there’s no way that Benintendi was arguing the play at first. It was not close.

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If you did, it was probably because you stayed up to watch the Red Sox complete a sweep of the Yankees in suitably epic fashion, with a tenth inning single from Andrew Benintendi . And that was after they’d come back in the 9th when they were down to their last out . Oh, and after they’d beaten the

Andrew Benintendi . #16 LF. Summary Stats Charts News Awards Shop. Recorded an extra-base hit in each of his first 4 games back from the DL (9/15-21) On 9/21 at BAL, gave the Sox a 5-1 lead with a 3-run HR in the 6th inning, his 1st game with at least 3 RBI.

What’s likely that he was bemoaning called a strike from earlier in the at-bat, probably with some colorful language (which he definitely used after the ejection). If that’s the case, these umpires really need to be ashamed.

Benintendi was walking off of the field, not holding the game up at all. He was also not making a particular show of the argument. This is basically the same thing that umpires hear from dugouts throughout a game. Every now and again, an umpire will eject someone from a dugout. Usually, however, that comes with a warning. That clearly did not happen here.

This was not an issue that required an ejection. This was an upset player. Did his language require a warning? For the sake of argument, let’s assume yes. However, unless Benintendi was holding the game up, nothing more needed to be done.

Nobody comes to the game (or watches on TV) to see the umpires. We’ve heard that so often over the years, even decades, that it probably feels like a cliche. Unfortunately, between this and what happened between the Pirates and Braves on Monday, it clearly still needs to be said.

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