The Umpires sometimes have to toss you from the game, and here are the easiest ways.
Actually, one of the best things about baseball is watching the manager yell at an umpire!
But this isn’t just manager ejections, this includes players, and fans, too.
Do you coach a Little League team? Do you ever go to a baseball game? Do you play Baseball or are ever planning to?
If to the above you answered yes to one or multiple, do not do anything listed in this slideshow.
Anyway, here it is!
Okay, this is pretty obvious. I promise the rest are funnier.
Yes, arguing is a great way to get ejected.
Anyway, above you see Joe Girardi arguing that Giambi did not foul tip a ball. As the broadcaster that day said; “He pulled a little something from the Billy Martin handbook!”
There have been many good arguers in MLB history, and one of the best being Billy Martin. He was a very strong arguer when he got out there. He would toss his hat on the ground, kick some dirt, pretend to go back to the dugout, and come back and yell at the ump some more.
Lou Piniella, who somehow early in his career earned the name “sweet Lou,” is not as sweet as his name suggests when it comes to arguing.
Here's an easy way to get ejected:
Take some of your least favorite umpire's Gatorade. Tell him that "I'll go refill it."
Then, instead of refilling it, fill it with pee.
I also promise you get suspended for at least a month.
If you put super glue on the base, you will be ejected. But if the umps don't figure out, you definitely don't have to worry about Jose Reyes stealing!
"Give her Back!!!"
If you really want to get ejected, then hold the Umpire's wife hostage in the dugout, and have Mark McGuire, Barry Bonds, and Jason Giambi guard the room.
Wearing your cup outside your pants will get you ejected, fined, and suspended.
No, not that cup...the other one, hopefully under your pants, protecting the most important part of your body.
It will make the umps mad, as well as the veiwers.
In conclusion, do any of these, and you'll get tossed...I promise!