Orioles manager Brandon Hyde ejected after Orioles lose run on interference call

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Orioles manager Brandon Hyde ejected after Orioles lose run on interference call
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde ejected after Orioles lose run on interference call

Orioles manager Brandon Hyde was ejected after a judgment call by the umpiring crew took a run off the board in the fourth inning of Sunday's Father's Day matinee against the Boston Red Sox. Trailing 2-1 after a two-run fourth inning from Boston, the Orioles responded with a pair of singles by Anthony Santander and Jonathan Villar and had first-and-third after a fielder's choice by Chris Davis when Keon Broxton came to the plate. Broxton put down a sacrifice bunt, fielded by pitcher Colten Brewer, who thought about going home but instead turned and threw to first base as Santander crossed home. The throw nearly pulled first baseman Michael Chavis off the bag, and Broxton stood at the base waiting

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