A baseball player in Fargo, North Dakota, who was announced out on air strikes made a decision to strike back at the umpire who performed the call.
Brennan Metzger, an outfielder for the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks of the American Association, was called out on a third ten-strike Monday evening during video games with the Chicago Dogs, according to Deadspin .
The 28 -year-old Metzger didn’t like their own decisions and drew it richly obvious, first by screaming cuss to home plate umpire Mike Jarboe.
Team manager Michael Schlacht attempted to hold Metzger back from Jarboe, but the exasperated outfielder has not been able to be contained.
Instead, he went to his team bunker and grabbed a blood-red trash can. Then he arranged the receptacle near home plate and hollered at Jarboe to “go to your home, ” according to SI.com .
Metzger was exhausted from video games, but, to his approval, he didn’t vacated the ash bin on the field.
Despite the setback caused by Jarboe’s strike call, the team, the RedHawks took the guide that inning on a wild pitching and won the game 4-3, according to the report of USA Today .
Metzger was exhausted from the game, but, to his ascribe, he didn’t drained the trash bin on the field.
Despite the setback is a result of Jarboe’s strike call, the team, the RedHawks took the produce that inning on a wild pitch and won the game 4-3, according to the report of USA Today .