5/28/2014 10:32 P.M. ET
Elvis ejected in the sixth inning after groundout
By T.R. Sullivan / MLB.com
MINNEAPOLIS -- Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus was ejected from Wednesday's game against the Twins for saying something to home-plate umpire Pat Hoberg.
Andrus was ejected after an at-bat with one out in the sixth inning. Andrus thought a 3-1 pitch was ball four, but Hoberg called it a strike. Andrus ended up grounding out to shortstop.
As he ran back to the third-base dugout, Andrus said something without looking at Hoberg. That's when the umpire ejected him. It's the second time this season Andrus has been ejected from a game.
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