Victor Robles hit a pointless game home late in the 7-2 loss of the previous Washington Nationals Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night, but you’ll never know with the way he acts. Madison Bumgarner, the game’s winning pitcher, thought the reaction from Robles was absurd.
Robles hit a solo early in the eighth round with the national team’s 7-1 loss. He posed as if he had just launched a massive raid.
Bumgarner, who only allowed two earns and beat nine out of eight innings, was asked about Robles’ home post after the game. He calls the national team midfielder a “clown” who is “shameless”.
“It’s January 7th, you hit the third homecoming of the year and act like Barry Bonds is breaking the record,” Bumgarner said. “Clean it up. I’m not interested in giving up the race… I’m a grumpy old guy, I know, but that kind of thing never happened. It’s ridiculous “.
Robles certainly doesn’t regret seducing him. He answered Bumgarner through an interpreter.
“When he pitches well, he can celebrate and do what he loves to do,” said Robles, via Jesse Dougherty of the Washington Post. “It seems like he called everyone a clown that really took a big hit or went home against him. If he doesn’t want anyone to hit the house against him or have any problems with that, then just attack people or make better throws where he doesn’t have to worry about that. there. “