Torii Hunter, show us how you really feel.
The Minnesota Twins outfielder took exception after being called out on a borderline strike in the eighth inning and voiced his displeasure to home plate umpire Mark Ripperger.
Manager Paul Molitor came to Hunter's aid but it was too late, as the 39-year-old had already began removing his gear and throwing it on the field.
Both Molitor and Hunter were ejected as the Twins trailed the Kansas City Royals 7-2.
"You have bad days, all of us, as hitters, pitchers. Even umpires have bad days - and he had one," Hunter said about Ripperger. "I thought the last pitch he called a strike was revenge because I said something the pitch before that. It was definitely a ball."