Aaron Boone was ejected from the New York Yankees' loss to the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday night, marking his fourth ejection this season and second in a four-game span.
Despite the ejections, Boone says he doesn't feel baseball needs robot umpires.
"I don't want that," Boone said.
The Yankees' manager was tossed in the middle of the third inning by Edwin Moscoso over the umpire's strike zone. Boone held up four fingers while arguing, signaling Boone thought the plate umpire missed four calls on pitches by starter Clarke Schmidt.
"Clearly he shouldn't have had to throw almost 30 pitches in that first inning," he said. "But, no, I'm not advocating for the robo. I think these guys do for the most part a great job and work really hard at it. When you're playing for a lot, there's going to be some issues from time to time, as simple as that."