It didn't take long -- 16 pitches to be exact -- for Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen to get run.
After first baseman Paul Konerko struck out looking on a close pitch from New York Yankees starter Bartolo Colon for the final out of the top of the first inning, Guillen got into it with homeplate umpire Todd Tichenor, and was promptly ejected from Wednesday night's game.
"This is gonna cost me a lot of money, this is [pathetic]," Guillen tweeted. "Today a tough guy show up to Yankee Stadium."
According to the Yankees public relations staff, it was Guillen's 26th career ejection and first of the season.