At that moment, Yost turned and unloaded a few choice words to Danley, evidently about his ball-strike decisions during the evening. Seconds later, Danley was giving Yost the heave-ho.
"I got frustrated on some calls that I thought Jeremy should've got. It was mostly my fault," Yost said.
Yost stayed around to jaw, long enough to get his money's worth, before heading for the clubhouse with his second ejection of his season.
Guthrie said that when Yost came out, he seemed upset by a couple of Danley's calls during that inning:
"I said, 'Both were probably balls, but the second pitch, I thought was probably close so do what you think is right.' He said, 'I think all night you've been battling and I'm going to stand up for you and go from there.' I definitely appreciate that."
Dick Kaegel is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.