By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Washington Nationals star outfielder Bryce Harper has been ejected on Wednesday night. He did not like a call by home plate umpire Chris Segal.
Harper was ejected by Segal after being struck out in the eighth inning. After striking out, Harper was not pleased with the call and shared his dismay with Segal.
Whatever Harper said to the umpire, he decided to eject him immediately. The five-time All-Star then decided to slam his bat down and get into his face.
He had to be restrained before leaving the field.
It appears when Harper got into Segal’s face, he was mad about two pitches in question during the at-bat. He said something about two, with two fingers to Segal’s face.
Even the broadcaster said, “You knew that would happen. If he didn’t drive in that run, he wasn’t going to stay in the game.”
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