In baseball, arguing with an umpire can get you ejected from a game under many circumstances. Arguing whether a pitch was a ball or a strike will get you thrown out, as will throwing equipment, cussing the umpire out, or continuing to argue with him after he’s turned his back on you. Players can and do get ejected, but more frequently the manager of the team will be the one asked to remove himself from the premises and not come back. Quite often, the manager will try and get ejected in order to keep one of his players from being tossed out. The reasoning is simple: the team needs the player on the field. The manager usually finds his way down the tunnel in the dugout and watches the game on TV, and tells the coach who has taken over what to do in different situations.
There are some managers who are legendary for their ability to get ejected from ballgames. The all-time leader in ejections, though, is Bobby Cox, formerly the manager of the Atlanta Braves and Toronto Blue Jays. Bobby set the record for ejections in 2007, having been ejected for the 132nd time, overtaking the previous holder of the record, John McGraw of the New York Giants. He finished his career with 161 ejections, 159 regular-season games and two World Series games. Here’s a playlist I found that shows some of them (it also has some other managers being ejected).
The last video is of his last game ever, a playoff game against the San Francisco Giants in 2010 which the Braves lost. At the end, all the fans and the players from both teams gave him a standing ovation.
Bobby Cox is now in the National Baseball Hall of Fame as a manager. They’ve overlooked the ejections.