Matt Kemp Ejection Leads To Earmuffs

Shhshh Matt Kemp, all you gotta do is say earmuffs. For any of you Old School fans out there. Earlier today in a game between the Pirates and Dodgers, Matt Kemp was ejected for whatever he said in the dugout. If you check the video out at Deadspin you’ll see the kid’s father putting his hands around his kid’s ears.

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Kemp was a tad vulgar today with his wording, and he even threw some pushes towards the umpiring crew. Not only was Kemp ejected, but so was his manager Don Mattingly who was probably upset that his best player was gone for the rest of the game. This all happened in the 2nd inning.

Umpire Campos did tell Kemp to keep quiet before the inning started, but Kemp didn’t listen. I can see a possible suspension here with Kemp making contact with the umpires. That wouldn’t bode well for the Dodgers who are in the middle of a divisional race with their rival, the San Francisco Giants.





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One Response to Matt Kemp Ejection Leads To Earmuffs

  • George Sieffert says:

    Mr. Kemp failed to stop distracting the ump after he was told to do so.
    His display of intimidation was pure grade school.
    Mr. Mattingly’s support did not make anything right.
    Does anyone have any grow up advice?

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