Judge was ejected from the Yankees game for the first time in his career

Judge was ejected from the Yankees game for the first time in his career
Judge was ejected from the Yankees game for the first time in his career

NEW YORK — New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was ejected for the first time in his career when he argued against a third strike called by umpire Ryan Blakney in the seventh inning of Saturday’s game against the Detroit Tigers.

With one out, Judge saw a full-count Tyler Holton fastball that he thought was slightly off. Blakney called the strike, Judge looked back and was ejected.

After beginning to walk toward the dugout, Judge returned to discuss the call and manager Aaron Boone continued the arguments.

It was the fourth expulsion of the season for the Yankees and the first for a player since Anthony Rizzo was thrown out on September 7 of last year by Alan Porter for an argument from the dugout.

Judge had a single and an RBI double in his first two at-bats. On the season he is hitting .209 and ended an 0-for-14 slide with a single to start a ninth-inning rally for New York’s victory on Friday.

After Judge was ejected, many in the fans began chanting expletives against Blakney.

 
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