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Here is why Royals’ Eric Hosmer was ejected from Saturday’s game

Royals manager Ned Yost tells 3-year-old grandson after ejection: 'Granddaddy's in timeout'

The Kansas City Royals defeated the Cleveland Indians 5-2 on Saturday at Progressive Field, but manager Ned Yost and first baseman were ejected early in the game.
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The Kansas City Royals defeated the Cleveland Indians 5-2 on Saturday at Progressive Field, but manager Ned Yost and first baseman were ejected early in the game.

If you are an avid lip reader, you may want to stop reading now if you don’t like curse words. Heck, even if you aren’t that great at figuring out what someone says, you may not want to see this.

It’s pretty obvious why Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer was ejected from Saturday’s game in Cleveland. Hosmer was called out on a checked swing in the first inning, and he thought that it was a bad call. He had some choice, NSFW words for third-base umpire David Rackley. That led to Hosmer getting sent to the clubhouse.

Take a look (again, be warned that it’s easy to see what Hosmer was saying):

Hosmer was not happy after the game and had some choice words for Rackley. You can read them here.

Pete Grathoff: 816-234-4330, @pgrathoff

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