The rant was captured by television microphones, and Boone's repeated reference to his hitters as "savages" in the batter's box went viral and was being sold online on T-shirts before the game ended.
Boone aimed a memorable tirade at plate umpire Brennan Miller following his ejection during a doubleheader opener against Tampa Bay on Thursday.
Boone was ejected in the second inning Thursday for arguing from the dugout with rookie umpire Brennan Miller, who had called a third strike on Brett Gardner.
Gardner returned to the dugout, slammed his bat into the bat rack nine times, then eight times into the dugout roof.
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Eventually, Miller had had enough of Boone's dugout critique and ejected him from the game, prompting the Yankees boss to leave the dugout and make a bee-line for the official, as he gave the umpire a totally unfiltered piece of his mind. Boone ran out and kept up the argument, getting close to Miller's face and clapping his hands for emphasis in a profanity filled rant.
"My guys are fucking savages in that fucking box right?" "And, you're having a piece of s**t start to this game". "I feel bad for you, but f-- get better", Boone said, going on to repeat his thoughts several times. "Tighten it up right now, OK?"
Following the 6-2 victory, Boone admitted his emotions got the better of him.