Watch: Umpire Ejects Rangers’ Adrian Beltre for Moving On-Deck Circle


Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre was ejected from Wednesday’s game with the Miami Marlins. During the eighth inning and trailing by 12 runs, umpire Gerry Davis instructed Beltre to get in the designated on-deck circle while waiting for his turn to hit. Beltre walked over to the on-deck circle mat and pulled it towards where he was initially standing. Davis then ejected the 20-year MLB veteran. Adrian Beltre was told to move into the on-deck circle, so he moved the on-deck circle over to him and was ejected for it pic.twitter.com/PfYIxlFkCo — MLB Insider Dinger (@atf13atf) July 27, 2017 After the game, Beltre said, “The home-plate umpire told me Gerry wanted me to move. I said, ‘Why? I don’t want to get hit. I stand here every day, I’ve been standing here for a lot of years and I’ve been standing here when he was umpiring home plate and he didn’t say [anything]. Everybody stands in the same spot. Why do I have to move? I don’t want to get hit.’” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
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Five Major Problems With Washington Post Hit Piece On Jeff Sessions And Russia ‘Intercepts’


Citing alleged U.S. intelligence intercepts leaked by current and former U.S. officials, the Washington Post reported that Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak told his superiors at the Kremlin that he discussed issues related to the 2016 presidential campaign with Jeff Sessions despite the attorney general’s assertions to the contrary.
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Watch: Video Shows Moment Ohio State Fair Ride Malfunctioned


One man is dead and seven others are injured after a scary incident Wednesday at the Ohio State Fair. A section of the Fire Ball ride holding a group of riders hit a guard rail and detached, sending a group of seated riders as far as 20 to 30 feet. Per Fox19, an 18-year-old man died in the accident. The seven injured range from ages 13 to 41. Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) said Fire Ball had been inspected several times before the fair. “I am terribly saddened by this accident, by the loss of life and that people were injured enjoying Ohio’s fair,” Kasich stated. Kasich shut down the rides for the rest of the day. Rides will be shut down for an unannounced time, but the fair opens back up Thursday. Follow Breitbart.tv on Twitter @BreitbartVideo
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