Aaron bleepin' Boone indeed.
The Yankees manager was ejected in the third inning of Saturday's game against the Royals when a Gleyber Torres three-run home run was overturned by replay review and was ruled fan interference.
Royals left fielder Alex Gordon leaped at the wall to try and make a play on the ball but it went off a fans' hands. The ball appeared to be going over the wall anyway, but the fan also appeared to be slightly leaning over the wall.
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(Umps ruled it an out & Aaron Boone has been ejected following the ruling). pic.twitter.com/II1FoeSgvR
Torres was ruled out, although a ground-rule double could have also been ruled if the replay official did not believe Gordon could make the catch.
Boone rushed out of the dugout to argue the call with second base umpire Jerry Meals, who relayed the call made by the Replay Official in New York, and was promptly ejected after using some foul language.
It was Boone's fifth career ejection.
After Boone was ejected he got his money's worth and wandered around the infield pointing to the outfield and screaming at both Meals and first base umpire Ron Kulpa.