If you know anything about ​Joey Votto, you know that he is probably one of the best Canada-born baseball players in all of Major League Baseball. But his recent comments about Canadian ​James Paxton's no-hitter  caused controversy when he said things like, "I don't care almost at all about Canadian baseball" and "really couldn't give a rat's ass."


Since making those comments, Votto has realized his faults and decided to apologize.

​​Considering the fact that Votto pissed off an entire country, it's hard for him to make it up just with a simple apology. ​​


But Votto's reasoning for his outburst are a little childish. I mean, he's mad because he didn't make the Canadian team and because Toronto didn't draft him? That kind of sounds like a spoiled little kid who throws a tantrum because he didn't get what he wanted. 


Thanks for trying Joey. But just saying "I'm sorry" doesn't mean people are going to stop being mad at you.