Aaron Boone Anaheim, California, USA; Umpire Adam Hamari (78) looks on as New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone (17), who was ejected from the game, argues with umpire Vic Carapazza (19) in the first inning against the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

For the second time in less than a week, a Major League Baseball game has featured an interference call following an infield fly.

May 23rd’s game between the Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles ended with an 8-6 Orioles win after the controversial call, which sent White Sox play-by-play announcer John Schriffen into a fury.

In the first inning of Wednesday night’s game between the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Angels, the call was made again, as designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton popped up to shortstop Zach Neto, who awkwardly collided with Yankees outfielder Juan Soto on the play. Soto was ruled out on interference and the inning came to a close.

Soto did collide with Neto and caused Neto to miss the ball, but an infield fly is an automatic out and all catching the ball does is prevent runners from tagging up. Even had Neto not made the catch, it’s unlikely the runners would have advanced. It’s also unclear what Soto was supposed to do or where he could have gone in that situation, as he’s clearly trying to run back to the base and Neto is in the way.

The umpires gathered to discuss the call, and after coming away with a ruling of a double play, Yankees manager Aaron Boone came on the field to argue and promptly got ejected.

Social media had a lot to say about the controversial call, with folks being split on which of Soto or Neto were to blame.