Bryce Harper ejected from Phillies game vs. Mets while in dugout after argument with umpire

On the Monday night game of baseball between Phillies and the New York Mets, Bryce Harper after striking out at his two of the first at-bats apparently had enough and his anger erupted hard in the 4th innings.

After his teammate of the Philadelphia Phillies Cesar Hernandez to the pitch, Bryce started screaming from the dugout and was ejected out of the game by Mark Carlson, the home plate umpire.

Following Bryce’s ejection, Gabe Kapler, the Phillies manager came out to argue who was then followed quickly by an enraged Harper. Harper had to be restrained by Kapler first and after that by many of his Phillies teams.

This is the first ejection of Bryce Harper in Phillies uniform and it is also the first time that a Phillies player has been tossed out of the game in the last 4 years.

Harper taking about his ejection said, “It just cannot happen. I need to stay in.”

Harper’s teammate also agreed with him as he said on social media.

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