Former New York Yankees Pitcher Orlando ‘El Duque’ Hernandez Bugs Out At Little League Game [Video]
Remember Orlando ‘El Duque’ Hernandez?
He was the Cuban defector who joined the New York Yankees in 1998 with the funky delivery as a pitcher and help lead the team to a World Championship and a record 114 wins.
Well, he was coaching his sons little league baseball game in December for the USSSA Wood Bat World Series. Just like any parent, he was getting quite frustrated with a team losing 11-3.
According to TMZ,
Things came to a head when Duque tried to aggressively confront the ump after the other team took an 11-3 lead … and when he wouldn’t get off the field, the ump TOSSED DUQUE from the game.
That’s when the former MLB star just loses it — sarcastically bowing to the ump and then kicking dirt all over home plate.
Despite the ejection, we’re told Duque refused to leave the field … and the ump ended the game, ruling it as a forfeit against Duque’s team.
Check out the hilarious video below.