With the Cleveland Indians holding a media availability a day prior to their annual Tribe Fest, starting pitcher Trevor Bauer had the opportunity to address the social media spat that landed him in headlines for the better part of the past week.
Trevor Bauer Apologizes For His Internet Beef with College Girl Nikki Giles https://t.co/doz99yA3vM
— SportsGossip.com (@sportsgossip) January 11, 2019
He wasn’t feeling it.
Bauer’s session with reporters lasted less than 30 seconds and two questions, the first of which focused on the steady stream of trade rumors that have involved the 27-year-old pitcher this offseason
After Bauer dutifully answered the inquiry, a reporter then began another question by stating:
“You had the social media thing last week,” to which the one-time All-Star promptly ended the session.
“Alright, thanks for your time, guys,” he said before walking off.
Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer took two questions at Indians availability. Took off after the social media spat was brought up pic.twitter.com/T5ASuZyeUO
— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) January 11, 2019
Just prior to the Indians’ media availability on Friday, Bauer once again took to Twitter, this time to seemingly referenced the incident and criticized the coverage it has received.
Also, note to reporters, if you’re going to write baseless hit pieces about me and not even interview me for the story, at least stick to your guns and don’t bother saying hi to me in person. If you hate me just hate me and stick to it. Don’t be soft.
— Trevor Bauer (@BauerOutage) January 11, 2019
Interesting, he literally ran away from reporters who tried to interview him.
What an idiot.
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