ATLANTA (AP) -After going 7 1/2 weeks without getting tossed, Bobby Cox finally passed John McGraw for the most ejections in baseball history Tuesday night.
The Braves manager was thrown out by home-plate umpire Ted Barrett for arguing a called third strike on Chipper Jones to end the fifth inning.
It was the 132nd ejection of Cox's career, eclipsing the mark that McGraw set during his Hall of Fame career.

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