Sport Yankees trainer details helping extract moth from ump’s ear

20:12  10 august  2018
20:12  10 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Yo a moth flew into the umps ear . Yankees trainer Steve Donohue helped Dreckman, but it was the umpire who took out the bug himself before calmly returning to the field with a smile on his face.

The trainer then started digging in the ump ’ s ear with a tool, and all of a sudden, Dreckman pulled out A living, breathing, fluttering moth was extracted from the umpire’ s ear ! Second base umpire Bruce Dreckman returns to field after having large moth removed from ear by Yankees training staff.

a man holding a baseball bat© Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports New York Yankees trainer Steve Donahue is accustomed to dealing with unexpected situations that can occur during a baseball game. But the scene that played out during Wednesday’s game against the Chicago White Sox? That was beyond the pale.

Well, it’s bound to be a “crazy” scene when the words “moth” “ear” and “extract” are used in the same sentence, as Donahue himself admitted.

Umpire Bruce Dreckman had to take a brief break from his duties Wednesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field after a moth somehow burrowed its way into his ear during the ninth inning.

Donahue provided some assistance in the Yankees’ dugout but it was Dreckman who finally managed to remove the insect from his ear canal. The Yankees trainer detailed how things played out ahead of Thursday’s game against the Texas Rangers at Yankee Stadium.

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Disgusting moment MLB umpire pulls a LIVE MOTH from his ear after it flew in and got stuck during a A large moth had flown into his ear before the ninth innings on Wednesday night He went to Yankees trainer Steve Donohue for help but pulled it out himself Yo a moth flew into the umps ear .

Second base umpire Bruce Dreckman needed a trainer ' s assistance to remove a giant bug that had flown into his ear during the Yankees - White Sox game . Yo a moth flew into the umps ear .

“Well, the umpire, at first I didn’t see him. And then someone said, Hey, the umpire is coming this way, you better go try and help him out and I didn’t know what was wrong with him,” Donohue relayed during an interview with YES Network, as transcribed by The Star-Ledger. “And he says, ‘A bug just flew into my ear!’

“Naturally, I’m expecting a small gnat or a mosquito or something. So I tried with a cotton-tip applicator and nothing is coming out and he’s like, you got tweezers? I’m like, All right, let’s get them.

“I got them out of the kit and I started in there a little bit and I was like, ‘Look, you might want to try this yourself because I don’t want to dig too deep. He tried it, he started feeling something, I helped him get it out. I don’t know if he was ‘Bats in the Bellfrey,’ but that was a big moth, I’m going to tell you. This thing was flying.”

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He found a willing participant for what can be properly described as an icky task in Yankees trainer Steve Donohue when he found something in his ear during the Update: Broadcasters concluded that it was actually a moth , not an alien monster from the depths of space that flew into Dreckman’ s ear .

Donahue admitted the entire incident was “crazy” and “nuts.” Shocking.

“Though, some of these umpires, I don’t know what’s going on inside their heads anyway,” Donahue quipped.

Zing!

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