Former LSU star Alex Bregman apologized on Tuesday night after he carried his bat to first base following his home run in Game 6 of the World Series.

Here's what he had to say:

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Only downside is that he might have lit a fire under the Nats behinds. LINK
Reply24 months
I'm for certain unwritten rules but this is just ridiculous. There's no way he meant that apology either, and he shouldn't.
Reply24 months
Baseballs unwritten rules are part of the reason why baseball is being held back and viewership is down
Reply24 months
kinda like you dont stand over a guy in football or step over a guy in basketball...
Reply24 months
the unwritten rulebook of baseball. us outsiders might think it's weird, but they live it...
Reply24 months
but he handled it perfect. emotions.
24 months
Holy shite. Who gives a frick? Baseball people can be so finicky.
Reply24 months
Phil I’ll, Where’s your team.
Reply24 months
Weak excuse. Arrogance has no place in the game. A little humility goes a long way. Should have already baked it into his cake.
Reply24 months
Agree, and i'm a Bregman fan but not much for cocky egos.
24 months
He's apologizing cause you don't pimp a HR in the first, too much ball to play. He got punked. His team lost, didn't score another run after his bat relay, which failed too. Lost going away. Chump.
Reply24 months
Didn't know that was a thing. Learn something new every day. OUTRAGE [ON]off
Reply24 months
Athletics is getting so pussified. Who GAF if he carried his bat?
Reply24 months
Doesn't bother me but it's not because he carried his bat it's the connotation that he showed the pitcher up.
24 months
I don't think many people view Breg as the type to intentionally be disrespectful. He just got caught up in a big moment. He knows where he went wrong and he'll be better for it.
Reply24 months
baseballs unwritten rules are so fricking dumb. Having to apologize for that is ignorant. baseball players can be big fat pussies at times. flip the bat or carry it to 1st base if you want. show emotion how you see fit. these arent even unsportsmanlike acts
Reply24 months
Baseballs unwritten rules are part of what makes it so special. It's the greatest of all sports. It isn't that he did something unsportsmanlike. It's that he did something (unintentionally) that his opponents viewed as a slap in the face and they got up because of it. Guys don't like feeling like their pitcher got disrespected. He knew it. Altuve knew it too which is why he was in his ear afterward.
24 months
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