Minor Leaguer Quintin Berry Runs the Bases and Slides into Home After Ejection

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJune 13, 2014

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Baseball managers often provide bizarre responses to getting ejected from a game, but when players get tossed, usually not much happens besides some yelling.

However, after notching a single in the ninth inning of Thursday's game, outfielder Quintin Berry of the Norfolk Tides (Triple-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles) gave one of the most unusual responses to an ejection that we have seen from anyone.

Although it looked like he was pretty calm after arguing with the umpire at first base, Berry let out his frustration by running the bases and sliding into home.

Of course, he made sure he got dirt all over home plate on the slide.

Berry spent parts of the last two seasons in the majors with the Detroit Tigers (2012) and Boston Red Sox (2013). The 29-year-old is hitting .310 at Norfolk this season.

[YouTube, h/t SportsGrid]


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