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Manny Ramirez ejected in likely last at-bat with Dodgers

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This at-bat yesterday was Manny Ramirez's last as a Los Angeles Dodger. It lasted all of one pitch and ended with him getting ejected by home-plate umpire Gary Cederstrom. Video is courtesy of a very excited Coors Field patron with mediocre camera-steadying skills.

The eccentric left fielder appears to be on his way to the South Side to try to help the White Sox catch up with those pesky Minnesota Twins. This embarrassing effort yesterday is indicative of his time in L.A., where we was once welcome and now finds himself out of public favor.

Still, the 38-year-old has the capability of being a viable middle-of-the-order force that Ozzie Guillen's squad could use in the season's final month.

What say you, Sox fans? Are you excited, indifferent or disappointed with the addition of Ramirez? 

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