Former Detroit Tigers pitcher Rick Porcello was just a bit frustrated following his performance on Wednesday against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Porcello, who now pitches for the Boston Red Sox, gave up six earned runs in 5.2 innings of work before exiting the game.
As Porcello was exiting the dugout, he took his frustrations out on a pair of television monitors.
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Alex Cora responds to Rick Porcello breaking the TV’s in the dugout: “That happens, frustration takes over.” pic.twitter.com/aqTokN7Upd
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Following the game, Porcello apologized for his immature actions.
“It’s a reaction of frustration,” Porcello said. “It’s not behavior I condone. Obviously, everybody gets frustrated. I kind of wish I did that without cameras being on me. I apologize to everyone that had to see that. It’s not behavior that I feel like is representative of me and my personality. My frustration got the best of me, so I apologize for that and anybody that had to watch that.”