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Reds manager Bryan Price drops 77 F-bombs in epic tirade to reporters

Cincinnati Reds' manager Bryan Price watches his team warm-up before the start of their opening day baseball game against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday, April 6, 2015, in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Reds' manager Bryan Price watches his team warm-up before the start of their opening day baseball game against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday, April 6, 2015, in Cincinnati. AP

Reds manager Bryan Price was none too pleased with an inquiring MLB reporter - whose job is to, you know, inquire about things - on Monday night, unleashing a tirade of biblical proportions to express his displeasure.

Price was upset that The Cincinnati Enquirer had reported (accurately, by the way) that star Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco was unavailable for the team’s Sunday game in St. Louis. So he, made his feelings known the following day in a rant that instantly became a first-ballot inductee into the sports Hall of Infamy.

According to the Enquirer’s C. Trent Rosecrans, Price dropped 77 F-bombs and 11 words to describe excrement in a five-and-a-half minute span. The Reds have been struggling on the field lately, so that may have contributed to Price’s overall stress level.

Here’s the full but censored audio:

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