In the fourth inning of Sunday evening's loss to the Yankees, John Farrell of the Red Sox turned the primary supervisor to be ejected for arguing an overturned name. MLB admitted to botching a name in opposition to Boston on Saturday and it appeared the frustration boiled over.
The call was overturned after Yankees skipper Joe Girardi challenged a bang-bang play at first base. Francisco Cervelli was called out on a would-be inning-ending double play, but replay confirmed he beat the throw. The call was overturned, Cervelli was safe at first, and a run scored on the play. The run wound up being the distinction in the recreation.
"It was clear the replay was inconclusive," stated Farrell to reporters after the sport. "On the heels of yesterday, this is a tough tablet to swallow. It's arduous to have a lot faith within the system right now."
Managers have been instructed not to argue calls following a replay, but there does not seem like a rule that says arguing ends in an computerized ejection. Farrell did get his money's worth although, chewing out the umpires fairly good before walking off the field.
The Yankees held on for a 3-2 win within the series finale, taking three games in the four-sport set.