This story seems almost too good to be true, but it actually is true, as the High-A Daytona Cubs' music guy ended up drawing the ire of one fed up FSL umpire last night:
We've just entered the twilight zone at Jackie Robinson Ballpark. Our music man, Derek Dye, has been EJECTED from tonight's game. The umpire, Mario Seneca, was apparently not happy when Derek played "Three Blind Mice" after a questionable call. With no music system, a fan has stepped up to call out player introductions from the stands.
Ben Badler has a few interesting links up on this story over at Baseball America, including a few reader-submitted examples of some precedence as far as minor league umpires throwing music guys out during the middle of the game.
But this story just doesn't carry the same impact without video and OH HOLY CRAP YES THERE IS VIDEO HAHAHAHAHA
MILB.com also has a story up on his ejection and the circumstances leading up to and surrounding it.
So, yeah. You got what you were promised in the title of this post. Can't complain about that.