Though he's often known for his polarizing presence on social media, Cincinnati Reds right-hander Trevor Bauer has been racking up the wins in recent months.
From his unrelenting lambasting of the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal, to him organizing an awesome sandlot wiffle ball game to raise funds amid the coronavirus pandemic, Bauer has been a breath of fresh air of late.
Well, the former All-Star continued his hot streak on Monday night by hilariously replying to the Pawtucket Red Sox on Twitter after the club trolled him for a wild changeup he threw back in his minor league days.
Go right ahead and chalk up another W in the win column for Bauer, who acknowledged that the occasional changeup gets away from him every now and then. It takes a bit of humility to admit that, and it turns out that the 29-year-old hurler flaunts that characteristic.
Also, we're not sure of Pawtucket's agenda against Bauer, but including his full stat line in this tweet was a savage move.
After all, it was the mound's fault! Everybody knows that.
Something tells us Bauer will be waiting in the Twitter shadows for an opportunity to clap back at Pawtucket. He tends to keep the receipts of these sort of interactions.