The 2007 baseball season has seen a number of noteworthy and record breaking performances, including Tom Glavine's 300th career win, Alex Rodriguez's 500th career home run, Craig Biggio's 3000th hit, and Barry B*nds's 756th career home run, but last night a truly remarkable record was set: Atlanta Braves's manager Bobby Cox was ejected for the 132nd time, breaking a record he shared with John McGraw (McGraw's mark had included 14 ejections as a player). I am surprised that Earl Weaver had not been the record holder.