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Watch: Yankees' Boone ejected for MLB-leading 4th time this season

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New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone was ejected from Thursday's game against the Baltimore Orioles, and the skipper certainly got his money's worth, getting in the face of multiple umpires before leaving the field.

Boone approached home plate umpire Edwin Moscoso and appeared to yell that the official had already missed four calls by the third inning.

He then walked back to crew chief Chris Guccione, whom he had already been face to face with before, and had to be restrained by Moscoso as well as his own bench coach Carlos Mendoza.

This is Boone's MLB-leading fourth ejection of the season and the 30th of his six-year managerial career. He led all of baseball last year with nine and co-led the AL in 2021 with six.

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