Minor league baseball doesn’ t bring rather the exact same quality of skill as the huge program, so often fans need to be amused in other methods.
Butch Hobson, supervisor of the American Association of Independent
Expert Baseball’ s Chicago Dogs , was ejected Wednesday after arguing a check swing call, however he definitely wasn’ t heading out silently.
Hobson got a gamer’ s bat, pretended to strike a crowning achievement still arguing with the home base umpire, obviously and took a sluggish trot around the bases.
“ He ’ ll get his loan ’ s worth, ” the commentators stated.
A previous big league gamer and Boston Red Sox supervisor in the early ’ 90s, Hobson is not a complete stranger to these ejection shenanigans.
Earlier this month, Hobson was ejected for arguing a play at 3rd base. After yelling with the umpire, he strolled over and took 3rd base, then provided it away to a kid seeing from the stands.
Great baseball? Possibly not. Excellent home entertainment? Oh, yes.