Thursday, July 14, 2022

MLB Ejection 101 - John Tumpane (2; David Ross)

3B Umpire John Tumpane ejected Cubs manager David Ross (balk no-call; QOCN) in the bottom of the 4th inning of the #Mets-#Cubs game. With two out and one on (R1), Cubs batter Patrick Wisdom took a 1-2 slider from Mets pitcher Carlos Carrasco for a called second ball by HP Umpire Brennan Miller, affirmed as no swing on appeal by 1B Umpire Marvin Hudson. Replays indicate that during Carrasco's pitch sequence, Carrasco engaged in a double-set by coming set with his hands together in front of his body, approximately waist-high, followed by coming set again with his hands together in front of his body, approximately shoulder/neck-high; also called a start-stop balk, the no-call was incorrect. At the time of the ejection, the Mets were leading, 4-0. The Mets ultimately won the contest, 8-0.

This is John Tumpane (74)'s 2nd ejection of 2022.
John Tumpane now has 2 points in the UEFL Standings (4 Previous + 2 MLB - 4 Incorrect Call = 2).
Crew Chief Marvin Hudson now has 2 points in Crew Division (2 Prev + 0 Incorrect Call = 2).
Official Baseball Rule 6.02(a)(1): "If there is a runner, or runners, it is a balk when—The pitcher, while touching their plate, makes any motion naturally associated with their pitch and fails to make such delivery."

This is the 101st ejection report of the 2022 MLB regular season.
This is the 52nd manager ejection of 2022.
This is Chicago's 5th ejection of 2022, 1st in the NL Central (CHC 5; PIT, STL 3; CIN, MIL 2).
This is David Ross' 3rd ejection of 2022, 1st since May 26 (Will Little; QOC = U [Throwing At NC]).
This is John Tumpane's 2nd ejection of 2022, 1st since May 14 (Rocco Baldelli; QOC = Y-c [Obstruction]).

Wrap: New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs, 7/15/22 | Video as follows:

Alternate Link: Ross tossed after arguing double set balk no-call in Chicago (CHC/NYM)


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