Cleveland skipper Francona peed on himself during Bourn ejection
During the fourth inning of Tuesday's Indians-Cubs game, Cleveland outfielder Michael Bourn took exception to umpire Phil Cuzzi's strike-three call, argued a bit, then returned to the dugout. Still peeved, Bourn went back to Cuzzi while on his way to his position to chitchat about the call and ended up getting ejected.
Here's the explanation, via Indians beat writer Jordan Bastian:
Every guy knows that feeling — the rush to finish when there's urgent business to attend to. At least the Indians blanked the Cubs 6-0 so all's well that ends well.
What was Francona's take on the Bourn ejection? Brace yourself for Classic Tito: pic.twitter.com/nGvvde12mb— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) June 17, 2015