When an ejection happens in baseball, it’s always interesting to see how the ejectee (is that a word?) reacts.
Over the years, we’ve seen managers absolutely go nuts, like Mississippi Braves skipper Phillip Wellman in 2007 and Wally Backman of the South Georgia Peanuts in 2007 (we can’t even link to that profanity-laced tirade).
Marty Brown, the manager of the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons, took a different approach. Brown channeled his inner 1960s protester and just sat down on the infield after being tossed from a game against the Norfolk Tides.
For a few moments, it looked like the most relaxing ejection in baseball history.