BY BOB HOLT
Baseball analyst and former major league closer Mitch Williams often made games exciting during his 11-year career due to frequent wildness.
The 49-year old Williams, who also coaches his son’s youth baseball team Jersey Wild, revisited his wilder times this past Saturday at a tournament for 10-year olds and under in Maryland.
NJ.com reported that Williams was ejected from his son’s game after getting into an extended shouting match with an umpire. Williams reportedly argued about calls throughout the game and was finally confronted by an umpire after saying something to another parent about getting the umpire fired.