Old Friend Quentin Berry Gets Ejected, Runs Bases, Then Slides Into Home

It looked like something Carl Everett might do.

Former Red Sox and current Triple-A Norfolk Tides outfielder Quintin Berry was ejected from last night’s game against the Syracuse Chiefs after arguing with the first base umpire after hitting a single in the ninth inning.

After the 29-year-old Berry got himself ejected for saying something that went over the line for the ump, he proceeded to run the bases and slide into home before exiting the field while shouting at the umps.

Berry joined the Red Sox in last August last season from the Royals. He played in 13 games for the Red Sox last season, going 5-for-9 with 3 stolen bases for a very short sample .625/.667/.1.000 line. Berry signed as a free agent with the Orioles in January.


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