After getting ejected, Blue Jays manager Schneider rips Orioles reliever Baker

Toronto Blue Jays manager John Schneider was ejected from Tuesday’s recreation towards the Baltimore Orioles for showing to argue balls and strikes minutes after each benches cleared in a separate incident.

Jeff Nelson, the home-plate umpire, threw out Schneider after a pitch by Yimi Garcia within the backside of the seventh inning.

The benches cleared after the highest of the seventh when Bryan Baker struck out Blue Jays third baseman Matt Chapman, then seemed on the Toronto dugout and made a yapping movement along with his hand.

Baker appeared to trade phrases with Teoscar Hernandez within the earlier at-bat after the Blue Jays outfielder hit right into a double play.

Hernandez was held again by an Oriole because the benches cleared.

Baltimore’s Rougned Odor, a villain in Toronto for his sucker punch of Jose Bautista in 2016, tried to play peacemaker, holding again Hernandez and Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

Nelson then issued warnings to each groups.

After the sport, Schneider was crucial of Baker, a former Blue Jay, when speaking to reporters.

“I did not perceive why Bryan Baker was wanting into our dugout after giving up a run on back-to-back days. We have been simply stunned and uncertain of why Bryan was wanting in our dugout. Again, it wasn’t the primary time he is executed that. So, I believe guys have been fed up with it,” Schneider stated.

Nelson was additionally on the centre of controversy Monday when he known as a balk on Blue Jays starter Kevin Gausman within the first recreation of a doubleheader whereas umping at second base. A furious Gausman went to argue earlier than he was pulled again by Toronto shortstop Bo Bichette.

The Orioles claimed Baker off waivers from the Blue Jays following the 2021 season.

Baker advised Baltimore reporters he has no challenge with the Blue Jays as a staff.

It was the second ejection for Schneider since he was named interim manager on July 13.

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