Players, managers and coaches getting ejected happens at every level of pro ball. What apparently happened tonight in a high Class A Florida State League game, however, seems like a first.
As the Daytona Cubs posted on their Facebook page:
"We've just entered the twilight zone at Jackie Robinson Ballpark. Our music man, Derek Dye, has been EJECTED from tonight's game. The umpire, Mario Seneca, was apparently not happy when Derek played "Three Blind Mice" after a questionable call. With no music system, a fan has stepped up to call out player introductions from the stands."
Wonder if he'll stick with "Call Me Maybe" next time.
Update, 12:35 am: Creighton sports information director Rob Anderson points us to another minor league organist ejection from 1988.
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