​It is no secret that the Cleveland Indians have some serious issues with closing the door, dating back to a nightmarish Game 7 of the 1997 World Series. 


They have gone 4-17 in their last 21 potential clinching games. Despite the cold bats and multitude of errors, it was ultimately Trevor Bauer who lost the game for the Indians just days after starting the series red hot. Bauer's final line for Game 3 was 1 2/3 innings in which he gave up four hits, four runs, a pair of walks, and a loss.


After the loss, Bauer was feeling quite hurt and took to Twitter to try and literally block all the haters. 

Notice the time stamp. Yeah, game was still going on then. 


Bauer has a noted history of having an active Twitter and even chirping teams, such as when he chirped the Blue Jays in the 2016 ALCS. 


If you dish it out, you gotta take it. Trevor Bauer can't take it. 

You mad, Trevor?