Dookie Gets Minor League Mascot Dog Tossed

I’m making a list of people who hate dogs. For obvious reasons, Michael Vick is still at the top of the list, but minor league baseball umpire Jeff Hutchings is climbing up the ranks. Why? Because, as WFMY-TV says, Hutchings likely became the first umpire in baseball history to eject a dog form a game, as he sent the Greensboro Grasshoppers’ mascot/”ball dog” Master Yogi Berra to hit the dog groomers after an incident in the fourth inning of their game against Asheville on Tuesday.


And the reason for Hutchings’ rage at the dog? He didn’t pull an Uga and try to bite an opposing player, and he didn’t even try to hump second base. His crime? Doing what dogs do naturally and emptying his bowels. Unfortunately for Master Yogi Berra, it happened to be in the middle of the field in between innings, which peeved Hutchings. But fortunately for us, BUSTED COVERAGE was able to track down video of Doo Doo Gate, which is after the dump … er, jump:

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Concession Stand Trip Costs Baseball Fan His Eye

When you go to a Major League baseball game, it could end up putting quite the dent in your wallet. Aside from the $50 you spent on the ticket each and every beer you drink will cost you about $7. Bring little Johnny with you? Well he wants some cotton candy, a hot dog, and a soda, which will end up taking about another $15 out of your pocket.

Fan loses eye at minor league game

As a result, a lot of baseball fans turn to minor league games for their baseball enjoyment. Sure, the quality of play isn’t quite up to Major League standards, but it’s still baseball, and you don’t have to take another mortgage out on your house afterwards. Unfortunately for Carroll Master, a recent trip to the concession stand at a Greensboro Grasshoppers game ended up costing him a lot more than money. It cost him his eye.

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