San Diego Padres third base Manny Machado (30) decorated a page in major league history.
Machado, who played as a designated hitter, struck out automatically in the first inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Petco Park as he did not accept his request for a timeout 8 seconds after the introduction of the new rule “Pitch Clock”.
Then he was sent off for protesting to referee Ron Culpa. It became the first expulsion of protest by pitch clock. It is also the first MLB exit in the 2023 season.토토사이트
This is the first time Machado has been sent off against the St. Louis Cardinals on June 1 last year. It is the first time that the Culpa referee has issued an exit order from Los Angeles Angels manager Phil Nevin on September 13 last year.
In fact, the referee’s ejection order is mainly the manager rather than the player. It is not uncommon for coaches to be sent out for protection as a player’s protest can give them an excuse to be sent off. This is because the departure of a leading player has an immediate effect on the game. In some cases, swearing at the referee will result in a disciplinary action including suspension from the game.
MLB’s exit is limited to game disciplinary action on the day of the game if there is no abusive language or pushing the umpire. The referee’s expulsion of players and coaches is an action under Unsportsmanlike Conduct. In the following violations, the referee may order He is out. These include protesting, swearing, throwing equipment, brawls, and taking drugs and alcohol.
Machado has been sent off 10 times so far. It’s not on the small side. He does not belong to the side with good manners and his temper is often revealed. During his time with the Baltimore Orioles, he was ejected and disciplined for deliberately throwing his bat while batting. Now that he has grown older and matured, he refrains from acting out of anger.
His colleague Kim Ha-seong follows him like his older brother, saying he has good manners and is very considerate of opponents in the clubhouse.
The fact that he was often kicked out has nothing to do with his basic knowledge and personality. It is rare for a normally nice player to be sent off.
Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper has been ejected 14 times, the most of any active player. Harper also can’t control his hot temper at the moment. There is also a history of fighting in the dugout with closer Jonathan Pavelbon during the Washington Nationals. He is not considered a nice player.
Gary Sheffield, a slugger who debuted in the major leagues at the age of 19 and has been active for 22 years, is the number one player in this category with a total of 33 exits. The most exits as a manager is former Atlanta Braves Bobby Cox, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame. He was ejected a total of 162 times. Bruce Bochi, who returned to the Texas Rangers this year, is the most active manager with 77.
The fact that good manners and exits are proportional is also shown in the record. Stan ‘The Man’ Musial, a symbol of the St. Louis Cardinals, has not been ejected in 3026 games. Former Atlanta Braves Dale Murphy, a devout Mormon, also went without 2,180 games.
New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter also has 2,744 games. Legend Babe Ruth was ejected 12 times and Jackie Robinson was ejected 16 times. Lou Gehrig was also ordered to leave nine times. Hank Aaron was ejected only once.
If so, which referee declared the most ejections? Bill Clem is known as the “Father of the Referees” in Major League Baseball. He issued a total of 256 ejection orders. Protests directed at the referee were taken as a challenge to authority.
He said, “Baseball is more than a game to me, it’s a religion” and “It ain’t nothin’ till I callit.” ” is a person who had strong pride as a referee.
In 1953, he was the first referee to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.