Watch Twins’ Josh Donaldson Get Ejected After Hitting Go-Ahead Home Run

You can't teach petty

by Alexandra Francisco

Sep 17, 2020

Josh Donaldson hit a go-ahead run for the Minnesota Twins to go up 3-2 against the Chicago White Sox on Thursday.

And he then proceeded to get himself ejected.

It was a strange scene during the sixth inning at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago after the third baseman hit a solo shot to left field, and kicked dirt over home plate after rounding the bases. He then seemed to exchange a few words with umpire Dan Bellino.

Donaldson apparently was annoyed after disagreeing with one of the ump’s calls for a strike, and despite hitting a home run on the very next pitch, decided to express his frustration regardless.

Check it out below:

Ultimately, the White Sox took their lead back and won the game 4-3. So Donaldson’s stunt didn’t get him very far.

You can’t teach petty.

Thumbnail photo via Mike Dinovo/USA TODAY Sports Images

Thumbnail photo via Mike Dinovo/USA TODAY Sports Images
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