https://www.brewersedges.com/milwaukee-brewers/matt-garza-jersey NEW YORK David Ortiz’s Friday night started with a blast and ended with him blowing up.Having been held scorele s since his two-run homer in the first inning, the Red Sox needed Ortiz to deliver when he came up with the bases loaded and one out in the ninth inning. With a 3-1 count, the slugger thought he had done just that, tying the game with a walk. Instead, umpire Ron Kulpa called Strike 2.MORE: Cla sic photos of David Ortiz Ortiz raised both of his arms and jumped back in disgust. Trying to keep Ortiz from getting ejected in the middle of his at-bat, Red Sox manager John Farrell came out to protect his player, and got himself ejected.Resuming his plate appearance against Andrew Miller, Ortiz took a called Strike 3. On his walk back to the dugout, Ortiz turned around and had more words for Kulpa. As Ortizdescended, Kulpa motioned that Ortiz was ejected. That brought Ortiz back out, furious, and he had to be restrained from going after the umpire. «Have you seen Miller?» Ortiz said. «He don’t need no help. Just because an umpire’s got a wide zone, I don’t need to get out of my game. I’m facing one of the best pitchers in the game. https://www.brewersedges.com/milwaukee-brewers/eric-thames-jersey You either keep it fair, or it’s not gonna happen you’ll look pretty bad. He (Kulpa) looked pretty bad on those pitches. I’m telling you right now. The thing about it is, everybody’s watching, with the game on the line.»»If a catcher frames a pitch that’s a borderline pitcher’s pitch, it’s probably getting called a strike,» Farrell said of the 3-1 pitch, which had wicked break on it and bounced off Brian McCann’s glove. «In addition to a borderline pitch, probably one that’s a tick below the zone, that’s pushed down below the zone, that’s a tough one to take. That’s a key spot. Then, the 3-2 call, that’s kind of a hard one to take. … He’d need a hockey stick for the 3-2 pitch.»UPDATE: Kulpa told a pool reporter he got both pitches right. «The 3-1 pitch, I had it coming through Glenn Robinson Jersey the zone. That’s why I called it a strike. McCann didn’t help me out. He took the ball down a little bit. But the pitch still came through the zone. And the 3-2 pitch, I had it in the zone right down the middle.»MLB.com’s pitch trackerbacks up Kulpa on the 3-1 pitch, but not the 3-2:This won’t look look good on Ron Kulpa’s performance review: pic.twitter.com/40Jb716yqd Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) May 7, 2016 Miller then struck out Hanley Ramirez to end the game and give the last-place Yankees a 3-2 win over their first-place rivals.They’re human, and they’re going to make mistakes, Ortiz said. But the game on the line, that situation, Yankees and Red Sox, adrenaline is kicking in, I’m locked in. I’m not thinking about nothing else. But I’m not feeling like getting screwed up, you know what I’m saying?