World Series Ejections

Every Player or Manager Ejected During a World Series

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)
World Series Ejections

In Chronological Order | World Series History

Detroit
AL
Argued a caught stealing.
Detroit
AL
Refused to end talk with 3B coach.
Chicago
NL
Argued a home run call.
Chicago
NL
Argued a safe call at home plate.
Chicago
AL
Argued a tag out play.
Cininnati
NL
Argued from 3B coaching box.
Washington
AL
Touched umpire during argument.
St. Louis
NL
Fight. Then removed for protection.
Chicago
NL
Bench jockeying.
Chicago
NL
Bench jockeying.
Chicago
NL
Bench jockeying.
Detroit
AL
Argued pickoff play at 3B.
Brooklyn
NL
Bench jockeying.
Los Angeles
NL
Argued a ball / strike call.
Earl Weaver
Baltimore
AL
Argued a ball / strike call.
Cincinnati
NL
Bench jockeying.
New York
AL
Threw ball from dugout onto field.
St. Louis
NL
Argued a ball / strike call.
St. Louis
NL
Argued a ball / strike call.
St. Louis
NL
Argued a ball / strike call.
Atlanta
NL
Argued a check swing call.
Atlanta
NL
Argued an out call at second base.

10-29-2019

Washington
NL
Argued runner interference call.
World Series Ejections | Research by Baseball Almanac | World Series History



Did you know that Bobby Cox is the first and only World Series participant ejected twice from World Series contests?
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.
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