Cincinnati Reds second baseman Derek Dietrich isn't exactly the most beloved opposing player by the Pittsburgh Pirates fan base due to his tendency to pimp home runs. Earlier in the season, Pirates ace Chris Archer threw behind Dietrich, which was the catalyst for the bench-clearing brawl that ensued shortly afterwards.
On Tuesday night, Dietrich solidified his role as a Pittsburgh villain by hitting not one, but two home runs against the Pirates. The first homer came in the bottom of the fourth inning, which landed deep into right field to knock in two runs.
It was a case of deja vu just one inning later, as he hit another two-run blast to right, officially giving the Reds a 6-0 lead over the Pirates.
The city of Pittsburgh has a villain in the form of ex-Steeler Antonio Brown. Now, they have a new mortal enemy in Derek D. Dietrich.