Originally written on The Outside Corner  |  Last updated 11/20/14

David Ortiz of the Red Sox did not have a great night in Baltimore on Saturday night. Our friends at The Score captured the above gif of Ortiz going insane after being ejected in the top of the seventh inning by home plate umpire Tim Timmons for arguing balls and strikes. Ortiz is likely going to end up getting a nice fine and a call from the commissioner's office as a result, and I wouldn't be too surprised if Ben Cherrington had a discussion with him about not swinging a bat violently near Dustin Pedroia, who *just* got a nine figure contract from the BoSox. [TheScore] [follow]

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  • Even as a Yankee fan I have always thought of Ortiz as a class act, a Sox player I wouldn,t mind seeing in Yankee Pinstripes. But he went too far in this case. First of all the called strikes were on the money after the pitch he thought was high for ball four. Your a pro, you put it behind you and just go after the pitcher at that point. But when he threw his hissy fit he went too far. If you were to do that in public you would be arrested immediately. And besides, what if he had accidently hit someone by mistake or a piece of that phone struck someone and injured them. Baseball needs to suspend him and take a bunch of his money for this one.

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