Charlie Schneider and Charlie Ramos

New York Mets color analyst Ron Darling said what countless angry baseball fans were thinking Saturday night.

Toronto Blue Jays manager John Schneider was ejected in the ninth inning against the Mets for arguing a called strike on Vladimir Guerrero Jr. by home plate umpire Charlie Ramos.

The ejection seemed a bit quick. As Schneider yelled at Ramos from the dugout, the umpire shouted back, “Stop! I’m not going to tell you again! Stop!”

Schneider did not stop, so Ramos gave him an animated ejection motion. As Schneider walked out to continue his argument, Darling joked about the manager’s likely words.

“He’s telling him what a horse-bleep umpire he’s been today,” Darling said.

As an interesting side note, Schneider’s ejection seemed to light a spark under the Blue Jays. Three pitches later, Guerrero Jr. smacked an RBI double to drive in the eventual winning run.

MLB fans had as much fun reacting to the ejection as Darling.

[Photo Credit: SNY]

About Arthur Weinstein

Arthur spends his free time traveling around the U.S. to sporting events, state and national parks, and in search of great restaurants off the beaten path.