Ramon Laureano blows up on ump after bad call, gets ejected
Ramon Laureano was ejected from Wednesday night’s game after becoming upset with a bad call. Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports

Ramon Laureano was ejected from Wednesday night’s Oakland A’s-Boston Red Sox game after becoming upset with a bad call.

Laureano was batting in the top of the third inning with a runner on first, two outs and the game tied at one. Eduardo Rodriguez had a 1-2 count and threw a fastball inside on Laureano. Home plate umpire Ryan Wills called it a strike to end the half-inning even though the ball was very inside.

Take a look:

Laureano was tossed from the game after understandably getting upset with the call. However, his mini-meltdown went too far and cost him his ability to remain in the game.

You can see just how badly the pitch missed the zone:

Yeah, I would be upset too if I got called out on that pitch.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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