Orioles' Chris Davis, manager get into heated argument

Orioles' Chris Davis, manager get into heated argument

A furious Chris Davis was restrained by teammates and coaches in the Orioles' dugout as his team trailed the Yankees during Wednesday night's game in Baltimore.

Hyde appeared to say something to Davis, who then charged at his manager.

Davis was removed from the game, with Jace Peterson replacing him in the lineup.

This isn't a great look to be caught on camera trying to physically go after your boss, especially not with the season Davis is having.

"It's private ... it's something that happens sometimes and frustration boils over when we're not playing our best baseball the last couple games".

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"Me and Chris have a good relationship and these things happen in competitive environments", Hyde said.

Yikes. After the game, Hyde passed it off as just a disagreement, and tensions are high, and all that stuff. "It's something that will pass and we'll get through it, but it was just unfortunate that it happened in the dugout". "I think this game was particularly tough".

"I think this game was particularly tough and nearly nothing went our way so I think everybody was pretty frustrated and those things tend to happen", Trumbo said about the incident.

Davis struck out in his only at-bat August 7 and is hitting.183/.270/.321 in another dismal season.

The Orioles lost 14-2 to the Yankees, dropping their record to 38-76. The former home run champ is hitting.182 with 111 strikeouts in 247 at-bats. He also hit just.168 last season.