When Braves All-Star Austin Riley was called out of the game in the bottom of the fourth inning, Nevin's ire appeared to be fuelled.

Riley hit a two-run home run that was 415 feet long on the very next pitch to give the reigning champions a 7-1 lead.

After Ohtani's home run, Nevin was seen screaming (very crudely) at the umpires that the score should be 5-2 rather than 7-2.

According to reports on the scene, he then seemingly entered the field and was immediately dismissed for the third time this season.

Nevin said after the game, "When things get tough like this, the liAfter Shohe Ohtani's home run against the brave,ttle things get to you."

Obviously, that is how I perceived it. The home run came next, and I know we have to make a pitch there.

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Phil Nevin, the interim manager of the Los Angeles Angels, was successful in having the game against the St.