Ejection was the act of removing a player from a sports game, either temporarily or permanently, as a result of their having committed a foul.

In 2152, a water polo player from Texas, number 8, fouled one of Jonathan Archer's players, resulting in a twenty-second ejection. Trip Tucker questioned whether that was fair, as it would give Archer's team an advantage, but Archer explained that was the point of the penalty. (ENT: "Vox Sola")

In 2375, Benjamin Sisko committed a baseball foul during the Niners' game against the Logicians, by making contact with the umpire, Odo. The Changeling subsequently ejected him from the game, in accordance with rule number 4.06, subsection a, paragraph 4. (DS9: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite")

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