It all started in the bottom of the ninth inning when Ben Zobrist got hit in the calf by a pitch. Zobrist was jogging down to first, but they ended up calling him back saying he attempted to bunt (he did not). This would make Joe Maddon irate as he would storm onto the field, get ejected quickly, and then proceed to point fingers at the umpires and give a little bump to them. As a manager or player you are not allowed to bump the umpires, or else you could get a suspension or fine. In the video below you can see how he put his finger in the umpires chest and made contact with them several times.
Maddon came out after the game and said that he anticipates a fine. I would be ok with a fine, but he better hope the MLB does not decide to suspend him for that.
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