During the 11th inning of a game between the Dodgers and Expos, Youppi! Much of the play-by-play, game results, and transaction information both shown and used to create certain data sets was obtained free of charge from and is copyrighted by RetroSheet. Or write about sports? After a few questionable calls at first base in which McClendon went out to argue, the skipper decided he might as well take it with him since the umps apparently couldn't see it anyway. Win Expectancy, Run Expectancy, and Leverage Index calculations provided by Tom Tango of InsideTheBook.com, and co-author of The Book: Playing the Percentages in Baseball.

Back in the early days of Major League Baseball, after a manager was ejected, we'd be lucky to see him continue to jaw with the umpire before leaving the field. Become a Stathead & surf this site ad-free. His 1972 Dukes team won the PCL Cha…

To see the clip of Tsamis' rant, check out No. First, he took off his shoe and stuck it in the umps face attempting to force the smell upon him. What started with Martin's usual dirt kick moved on to him, actually throwing the dirt at the umpires chest—but that was only the beginning. Jeffrey Beckmann is a MLB Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. The Book: Playing the Percentages in Baseball. When baseball's biggest stars need a haircut, they come to José 'Jordan' López, By While this isn't actually an ejection, this video is awesome, and Hal McRae was suspended so I decided to count it. So, Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda complained to the home plate umpire. Many thanks to him.

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decided to take a nap on the top of the Dodgers' dugout. We have tools and resources that can help you use sports data. To our delight, of course.

In an attempt to prove how blind the first base umpire was for missing the call, Tsamis actually took off his shoes to place them on the bag where he thought the feet of his player were when the first baseman gloved the ball. (Age 28-290d) He eagerly awaits Jamie Moyer's inevitable comeback. There isn't much I can say to describe the greatness of Wally Backman's ejection after arguing a called third-strike. Six of the weirdest ejections in baseball history and the even weirder stories behind them. We present them here for purely educational purposes. Sadly, stadium officials quickly confiscated the base from the young boy, giving him a baseball instead.

When baseball's biggest stars need a haircut, they come to José 'Jordan' López. He became the Dodgers' AAA Pacific Coast League manager in 1969 with the Spokane Indians (1969–1971). Andy Barkett—manager of the Florida Marlins' Double-A affiliate Jacksonville Suns—decided to one-up (or two-up) other managers who had come before him. If we can learn only one thing from watching this video, it's do not ask McRae stupid questions. Tommy Lasorda 6 of 15 It's no secret that Tommy Lasorda had one of the hottest heads in baseball during his time in the league, although sometimes he's not given the credit he deserves.

He was as confused as everyone else: This wasn't Lasorda's first time going toe-to-toe with a mascot in response to some antics. Matt Monagan •, Where to live in New York if you've just come into $324 million. All images are property the copyright holder and are displayed here for informational purposes only. He hated umpires more than anything, and after what he felt was a bad call during a game in 1988, Martin absolutely lost it. Question, Comment, Feedback, or Correction? Join our linker program. He then chased it down before launching it again.

The cyborg-like Wellman covered home plate with dirt and uplifted all the bases before low-crawling toward the mound.

Apparently, Youppi's bedtime routine was causing quite the racket in the dugout below.

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He is an appreciator of the stolen base, the bunt against the shift and nearly every unconventional uniform design.

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What do you get when you combine a block party and a baseball league? Garrido's best moment came during a game in 2006, in a performance even Earl Weaver would be proud of. Logos were compiled by the amazing SportsLogos.net. In 1989, he became the first mascot ever ejected from a Major League Baseball game for the crime of, well, mostly just being a mascot. Lasorda's first off-field assignment with the Dodgers was as a scout from 1961 to 1965.

The entertainingly awesome Valentine used some creativity to get back in the dugout after he'd been ejected in the 12th inning for arguing a catcher's interference call on Mike Piazza. One thing is for sure—we love every second of it. It's no secret that Tommy Lasorda had one of the hottest heads in baseball during his time in the league, although sometimes he's not given the credit he deserves.

(Age 26-317d, Weaver's best ejection came back in 1980 after a first-inning balk was called against Orioles pitcher Mike Flanagan. Our reasoning for presenting offensive logos.

Career: 0-4, 6.48 ERA, 37 SO, P, HOF in 1997, Athletics/Dodgers 1954-1956, t:L, born in PA 1927, Tommy With how horrible the Pirates have been over the better part of the last two decades, it's hard to blame him for being a bit testy.

Augie Garrido is the winningest coach in NCAA Division I baseball history. Full-year historical Major League statistics provided by Pete Palmer and Gary Gillette of Hidden Game Sports. I can assure you, he didn't get to that point by bending over and taking it from the umpires on the field.

Follow Jeffrey on his new  Twitter account for all of his latest work. One reporter caught the brunt-end of the altercation, taking a tape recorder square in the face before going to the hospital to get stitched up. •, Competition, joy and a little pain: Beep Baseball is a world of freedom for blind athletes, By    vs. STL 3.0 IP, 6 H, 1 SO, 1 BB, 3 ER, Last Game:

Managing for the Class-A Asheville Tourists, Joe Mikulik's ejection in 2006 led to an epic and unforgettable meltdown. That, however, wasn't the orange furry thing's first encounter with mascot history. Eric Chesterton

In an unexpected turn of events, that led to Youppi!

To our pleasure, the "ejection" in baseball has now turned into somewhat of a circus.

We can all be thankful that Backman was "coincidentally" mic'ed up during this game. All I can tell ya is that Bevacqua "couldn't hit water if he fell out of a (bleep)ing boat. in Norristown, PA Rather than just taking it into the dugout with him, he actually autographed the base and gave it to a fan in the stands. Thanks to Lasorda's striving for dugout tranquility in extra innings, history was made.

Valentine was back in the dugout for the 13th inning, only now he was wearing a big, black mustache with his ball cap flipped backwards. All logos are the trademark & property of their owners and not Sports Reference LLC. My favorite part is when he called the ump a "minor league piece of (bleep).". His greatest ejection came way back in 1990 while managing the Cincinnati Reds. Billy Martin was easily one of the most fiery and competitive managers in Major League Baseball history.

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After his arguments failed to overturn the call, Pinella ran to first base, ripped it up and heaved it to the outfield like an Olympian. getting tossed from the game. After the game, Martin went to a friend with ties to the mob and repeatedly tried to order a hit on the umpire. is something of a trailblazer. After serving as the Expos' mascot since 1979, he "chose" to remain in Canada and represent the Canadiens rather than migrate south to Washington, D.C. with the franchise. Here is 91-year-old Tommy Lasorda partying with the Dodgers after their division clinch, Let's wish a happy 90th birthday to Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda, Six of the weirdest ejections in baseball history and the even weirder stories behind them.    View Tom Lasorda's Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos). Exceeded rookie limits during 1956 season, More Tom Lasorda Pages at Baseball Reference.

Michael Clair September 22, 1927 If you have not seen the video, I suggest you watch it immediately—so long as you're not at work, around children or within 10 miles of anyone you don't want to think you're a crazy person.

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It was late, after all. After a reporter was relentless in badgering the Royals' manager after a game in 1993, McRae threw every object he could get his hands on in every direction possible. In the world of mascots, Youppi! After throwing dirt everywhere while covering home plate, Robinson went after first base. Some defensive statistics Copyright © Baseball Info Solutions, 2010-2020. (Voted by Veteran's Committee) Hall of Fame: Inducted as Manager in 1997. Watch our How-To Videos to Become a Stathead, Subscribe to Stathead and get access to more data than you can imagine. He remained manager of the AAA team when the Dodgers moved the farm club to the Albuquerque Dukes(1972). us, High School: Norristown HS (Norristown, PA), Debut: The Los Angeles Dodgers' skipper had his best post-ejection moment came in 1984, after San Diego Padres outfielder Kurt Bevacqua accused him of ordering his pitchers to throw at hitters. A history of the Sports Reference Sponsorship System, Every Sports Reference Social Media Account, Site Last Updated: Saturday, October 17, 2:04AM. Kash Beauchamp was a very emotional manager, but on July 9, 2008, it's pretty clear that his emotion got the best of him.

In 1966, he became the manager for the Pocatello Chiefs in the rookie leagues, then managed the Ogden Dodgers to three Pioneer League championships from 1966 to '68. Instead of just one base, Barkett took all three bases and launched them into the outfield.