The Cincinnati Reds have not played well as of late. Before Monday night's win against the Brewers, the Reds had lost seven of their last eight games. Frustrated from the poor stretch, Cincinnati manager Bryan Price went on an epic profane tirade to the media for doing its job.
According to C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer, Price was upset over accurate reports about all-star catcher Devin Mesoraco not being with the team for a recent game in St. Louis.
"I don't know what the importance is for everyone to know if we have a player that's not here," Price said. "We don't benefit at all from the other teams knowing we don't have a player."
Well, yes. The Reds don't benefit from news leaking out of the organization. But if it's true and accurate, then the media is not at fault at all. Price doesn't understand that, so he went on a five-minute, 34-second expletive rant that included 77 F-words. Here's an excerpt of his rant:
That's just the tip of the iceberg. I highly suggest reading the rest of his rant, right here.