Buffalo Bisons manager Marty Brown gets ejected, puts on a show
Perhaps it's because they don't have as much respect for their league as the MLB managers have for theirs, or perhaps it's because the most colorful and entertaining guys never seem to make it all the way to the big stage, but the minor leaguers seem to be a little more entertaining.
Remember Phil Wellman? That was a classic meltdown, for sure.
The latest is Marty Brown, the manager of the Buffalo Bisons. He got ejected on Sunday while arguing a call in which he believed that one of the opposing players should have been called for interference, so he just sat down on the field. And he stayed there, for a while.
He tossed his helmet, and then later flipped it up with his foot, a rather impressive feat.
Where would you rank this among the all-time great manager meltdowns?
Hat tip to Big League Stew