The Tennessee Volunteers baseball team is killing it this season. They're currently first place in conference standings. A great feat that didn't help the coaches much when they got into it with the umpires and were ultimately ejected from the game.
Tennessee lost their first league game on Friday when they went up against the Alabama Crimson Tide. Chase Dollander, pitcher for the Vols, was smacked with a comebacker that landed him on the ground. That's when Vols' pitching coach Frank Anderson approaches the field to check on Dollander. He apparently didn't like the way Crimson Tide reacted to the hit so he approached the umpires with his concern, only to be thrown out. This caused head coach Tony Vitello to get involved. He was also thrown out of the game. He didn't take his ejection kindly as he was then seen running up to the umpire and chest bumping him as he yelled.
Vitello was suspended for four games due to his actions.
Lots of drama all at the start of the game!
Seems this just fueled the Vols' fire as they beat the Crimson Tide 9-2 on Sunday.