Red Sox manager Alex Cora ejected during Saturday’s game vs. White Sox

Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora has kept his cool for most of the season, but on Saturday, he had enough.

At the end of the top of the fifth inning of Boston’s game against the Chicago White Sox, Cora was ejected after arguing balls and strikes. He even went as far as to cover home plate in dirt.

Cora was upset with the inconsistencies from the home-plate umpire’s strike zone and really let him hear it.

Of course, in the bottom of the inning, Red Sox starter Brayan Bello got jumped all over and he was left in to take the brunt of it.

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