It’s been one ugly night at Fenway Park.
The Boston Red Sox weren’t having the best of luck against the Texas Rangers on Tuesday. Andrew Benintendi appeared displeased with some of the calls being made by home plate umpire Angel Hernandez, and it resulted in him getting run.
Because in the fifth inning, first base umpire Vic Carapazza had had enough.
After grounding out to first base, Benintendi walked away mumbling something under his breath, prompting Carapazza to eject him from the game.
Well, that didn’t make manager Alex Cora too happy, and he went out to make a passionate plea to the umps. He was ejected, too.
This is the first time a member (or in this case, two members) of the Red Sox have been ejected this season.
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