Thursday’s game between the Baltimore Orioles and the New York Yankees was completely one-sided. The Orioles dominated, scoring 12 runs in the first four innings and ultimately winning with a final score of 14-1.

However, Baltimore manager Brandon Hyde did not witness the end of the game. He was ejected in the eighth inning after a heated argument with plate umpire Dan Iassogna.

Brandon Hyde stands in the dugout before a game against the Cubs

Baltimore Orioles manager Brandon Hyde, #18, stands in the dugout prior to a game against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on June 18, 2023 in Chicago. (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images)

Iassogna decided to issue warnings to both teams after Yankees pitcher Wandy Peralta hit Orioles center fielder Colton Cowser, resulting in loaded bases.

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“This was certainly the most unusual ejection I’ve ever experienced,” said Hyde. “It was the first time I was ejected with a fourteen-point lead.”

Hyde explained that his intention was to inquire about why Peralta wasn’t ejected despite the warning. “I just didn’t understand why he wasn’t thrown out,” Hyde added. “But I got ejected when I asked that. I didn’t know it was an offense worthy of an ejection.”

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