Milton Bradley ejected in eighth inning

SEATTLE -- Milton Bradley has been ejected from the Seattle Mariners' game against the Chicago White Sox for arguing a called third strike in the eighth inning.

Bradley yelled at plate umpire Mike Muchlinski for a few moments and eventually had to be grabbed from behind and pulled away by Seattle manager Eric Wedge.

Bradley was called out on an 0-2 pitch over the outside corner as Chone Figgins was stealing third in a 2-2 game. It was the third strikeout of the night for Bradley, who also had an RBI double in the sixth on Friday.

Bradley was ejected last week in Boston after teammate Miguel Olivo was called out on a close play at first.