Baseball Almanac presents World Series ejections. Each of the following World Series games had an ejection and the following list details those players and/or managers who were excused from the Fall Classic.
"If you have to lose, I don't mind losing to Joe Torre. He's a class act. After going two up, you figure you're going to win one or two at home."- Bobby Cox (World Series Ejections Record Holder)
In Chronological Order | World Series History
The Associated Press described the ejection in 1996, with the following: Cox's night ended in the fifth while arguing a play in which Grissom was thrown out at second. Grissom tried to advance from first on a pitch in the dirt, and was cut down by Girardi in a close call.
Other interesting stats: twenty-three ejections have occurred during seventeen different World Series. Two Series, 1919 and 1935 , featured ejections from both teams; three Series, 1934 , 1959 , 2019 , had ejections from the winning team; and the remaining twelve Series had ejections from the losing team.