Mickey Callaway wasn't happy with the strike zone on Saturday, resulting in his fifth-inning ejection.
After Dominic Smith fell behind 0-2 with one away in the fifth, Callaway came out of the dugout to voice his frustration with home plate umpire Mike Winters, and was quickly ejected. Smith would ultimately end up striking out swinging.
Callaway was ejected on April 21st, after arguing with umpires over a Robinson Cano hit-by-pitch that was called a foul ball. He was also tossed on April 14th in the first inning against Atlanta, again for arguing balls and strikes.
Bench coach Jim Riggleman took over as acting manager after Callaway left the dugout.