In the 10th inning, Choice was not happy with two called strikes, including strike three.
Washington again came out to defend his player before returning to the dugout.
"He's got a quick trigger," Washington said of Carapazza, who also ejected Rangers pitching coach Mike Maddux in a May 18 game against Seattle -- giving him half the Rangers' six ejections this season. "He needs to settle down a little bit. This is the big leagues. People are out there competing.
"He's got to have some patience."
Earl Bloom is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.