Ejection is the removal of a player from the game due to violation of the sport’s rules and regulations. Also known as disqualification, sending-off, or dismissal, an ejection can be due to a varying range of violations that can span from abuse against authority and unsportsmanlike attitude to violence against fellow players, staff, or spectators. In baseball, the umpire has the option to eject or remove a player, manager, or coach from the field of play if any of these violations are committed. Once ejected, the person must leave the game and the dugout area until the game concludes.

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