June 21, 1992

Frustration was overtaking Butch Hobson's Red Sox. The rookie manager earned an ejection, as did fast-fading designated hitter Jack Clark, in a 4-1 loss to the Rangers in Arlington, Texas.

It was the Red Sox' third straight loss, dropping them back to .500 as they continued floating around the break-even mark throughout the first half of the season.

Kevin Brown held the Red Sox to five hits in his 10th win of the year.

Clark's ejection came on a called third strike in the seventh inning. After getting the thumb, Clark began kicking dirt at plate umpire Dale Ford. Hobson came on to join the fray and was ejected.

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