Last night, officials booted New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone was booted from a game against the Toronto Blue Jays. In the video above, Jomboy deciphered what these two grown men said. Here's more context, which I don't really care about, from the New York Post:
Boone was tossed for arguing a called strike to Aaron Judge in the top of the eighth by home-plate umpire Marty Foster, which led to a fiery argument between the two.
Afterward, Boone said he was displeased with a few of Foster's calls on Judge. One pitch, in particular, in a key spot with Judge at the plate in the sixth inning seemed low, but was called a strike.
"I appreciate it,'' Judge said. "I voiced my opinion to Marty to let him know what I thought of the calls. That's all I can do. That's why I've got a manager to stick up for me. … He stood up for me."