One of the greatest life lessons I ever learned was in baseball:
I was pitching in a collage game and the umpire repeatedly missed calling my drop curve for a strike.
Finally, I walked half way in and said "come on, the last three of those were strikes." He came out behind the plate walked about 5 steps toward me and quietly said "pitcher you may believe that, but unfortunately for you, I called them balls, and in this case mine is the opinion that matters here. So if you want to remain in this game, I suggest you shut your mouth, and go back to the mound and pitch." The umpire is the arbitrator of the game. His is the only opinion that counts.
You rarely if ever win arguements with the umpire. You may just irritate him enough that he leans toward the other team if you keep getting in his face. Frankly, Unless you are in late high school ball, your comments to the umpire should "be yes sir and no sir." Questioning the ump is for the coaches.
On our team the rule (picked up from my collage coach-who said an ejected player does him absolutely no good) is: "if you get run, then you run" You can say what ever you need to say to the ump, but if he tosses you, the next practice you run -thats all practice. Better eat lite...Ian