David Robertson called Mike Scioscia "bush league" for his handling of a replay review during Wednesday night's game between the Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Angels.
With the White Sox leading 2-1, Angels shortstop Erick Aybar struck out to lead off the ninth against Robertson. The ball was in the dirt, so White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers reached out to tag Aybar on the leg, with plate umpire Fieldin Culbreth making an out signal.
Abyar kept on running to first base, though, with Flowers not making a throw after Culbreth made his out call.
Scioscia argued, ultimately challenging the ruling via replay. Robin Ventura questioned why there should even be a replay since an out signal was made.
Umpires reviewed the play and upheld their original call that Aybar was tagged out by Flowers. Scioscia, though, came back out to the home plate area to get an explanation. By rule, managers are not allowed to argue a replay decision, but Culbreth gave Scioscia the courtesy of explaining the decision.
"I felt that Scioscia was very bush league, coming out there and standing in front of home plate after the play had already been reviewed," Robertson said. "I felt like once it has been reviewed, it has been reviewed on film and he's called out, there's no reason for you to come back out and argue the call. I guess that's just the way he is. It kind of changed the whole momentum in the ninth."