BALTIMORE, MD – JULY 10: Yunel Escobar #6 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim reacts after getting ejected in the seventh inning during a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on July 10, 2016 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Orioles won 4-2. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

Some may say ejections are an art form in baseball, but usually the best ejections come after a manager goes off in creative fashion.

Sometimes, though a player gets creative too, and on Sunday, Angels infielder Yunel Escobar did just that. Following a called third strike on a check swing, Escobar was not pleased and he let the umpires know his displeasure in a rather unique way. Instead of arguing verbally, he left a message for the umpires in the dirt between second and third base, in the form of a giant home plate.

Once the umpires saw it, he was tossed from the game.

Here’s a closer look at the artwork that got Escobar tossed:

For Escobar it was his third ejection of the season, his 12th in his career and certainly the first for drawing home plate in the infield.

One has to wonder what creative way he will decide to get ejected the next time he is an unhappy camper with the umps.

There’s no official word from MLB yet, but this has to be the first time someone has been ejected for artwork in the infield in a very long time.

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