Strange happenings in baseball, indeed. Mark Parent, currently in his second year as bench coach under manager Robin Ventura, was ejected by crew chief Jerry Layne while he was exchanging lineup cards prior to the start of this …
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In a sight you don't see every day, Chicago White Sox coach Mark Parent was ejected before Sunday's game against the Texas Rangers. Parent took the lineup card to home plate before the game and had a few choice words for umpire …
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This is what makes the ejection of White Sox bench coach Mark Parent on Sunday so remarkable. The guy went out to home plate to present Chicago’s lineup card to the umpiring crew and managed to get himself ejected before a pitch …
That rang true today in Chicago where White Sox’s bench coach Mark Parent was ejected before the game even officially began. Parent walked calmly out to home plate to greet the umpire crew this afternoon with the team lineup card in …
The boy walks back, muttering something that Scarr acknowledged sounded like it started with an "F." The bus driver yells, "Hey, off my bus — now." The bus driver is retiring effective Jan. 1, City Manager Mark Freitag said.
CHICAGO CUBS: Pitcher Bob Scanlan, the only Cub ejected in Monday's beanball brawl ... be out with a back injury for at least three days so the team recalled catcher Mark Parent from Class AAA Rochester. Parent will back up Jeff …
Mark Parent was tossed from the game — before the game ... It was hot out there.” Check out a video of Parent getting ejected during the pregame ceremony below. Your browser does not support iframes.
The boy walks back, muttering something that Scarr acknowledged sounded like it started with an “F.” The bus driver yells, “Hey, off my bus — now.” The bus driver is retiring effective Jan. 1, City Manager Mark Freitag said.