Mic'd up Laureano drops F bomb on live TV: 'Damn, he can f------ run'
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Warning: Video contains coarse language

Oakland Athletics outfielder Ramon Laureano agreed to be mic'd up for an in-game interview during the third inning of Thursday's contest versus the Chicago White Sox.

When Eloy Jimenez smacked a double into the gap, Laureano hustled to cut it off and dropped some language you don't normally hear on network television as Jimenez turned on the jets.

The White Sox wound up plating a pair of runs in the inning, and Laureano was busy with the several balls hit in his vicinity while answering questions for the broadcast.

The decision to interview players while playing the field - particularly in a playoff game - has been met with some criticism.

But others, like Minnesota Twins reliever Trevor May just found humor in the whole display.

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Mic'd up Laureano drops F bomb on live TV: 'Damn, he can f------ run'
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