​Some very interesting scenes occurred during the seventh-inning stretch of the Reds game against the Mets. 


Scooter Gennett was called out on strikes before slamming his helmet on the ground and ripping off his shin guard. He was ejected from the game to end the top of the inning. 


Reds' manager Bryan Price came out to argue with home plate umpire Shane Livensparger, however in the middle of his tirade he hilariously realizes that "God Bless America" was playing and, yeah, time to show some respect. 

​​This could not have been timed better, and Price has a flawless reaction upon realizing he is shouting at an umpire while he should be honoring his country. 


The transition was beautiful as he gracefully removes his hat and places it over his heart, while his face is still full of rage. 


The song finished and Price returned to the dugout without further complaint, while Gennett headed to the locker room, done for the day.