To put it nicely, Chris Davis definitely lost his cool.
Last night (Wednesday) the MASN broadcast of the Orioles vs. New York Yankees caught a tense moment in the Orioles dugout between first baseman Chris Davis and team manager Brandon Hyde. According to NBC Sports, "It is unknown exactly why Davis was upset. This is speculation, but it may have been a perceived lack of effort attempting to pick a short-hopped throw to first base by Villar. The play allowed Aaron Judge to reach base safely leading off the top of the fifth inning."
You can see in the video Hyde walking away from a heated exchange with Davis, that's when Davis tries to charge at Hyde while being restrained by hitting coach Don Long, infielder Jonathon Villar, and injured DH Mark Trumbo. After the altercation, Davis was taken out of the game.