Todd Frazier Went After Mark Madden After The Pittsburgh Talk Show Host Celebrated Him Being Released By The Pirates

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Pittsburgh sports talk show host Mark Madden has a long history of rubbing athletes the wrong way. Today, he made yet another enemy. Madden has been highly critical of the Pirates usage of veteran third baseman Todd Frazier. Madden believes Frazier has nothing left in the tank, and it’s better off if the Pirates allocate his at-bats to younger guys who may have a chance to make it in the MLB.

Frazier and Madden have butted heads in the past, but nothing compares to their back-and-forth on social media on Monday. After it was announced that Frazier was being DFA’d by the Pirates, Mark Madden took to social media to send a message to Frazier.

Todd Frazier then went on full attack mode, calling out Mark Madden over his weight.

Obviously, Mark Madden was going to have some things to say about Todd Fraziers’ insults.

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I think this is a rare instance where both guys come off looking a little awful here. Mark Madden knew that he could get a rise out of his ratings with this post, but to dance on someone else’s grave is bad practice (even if there is a history).

But also, Todd Frazier has had a long, successful run at the MLB. Does he really need to be attacking local media over their weight? Come out with your head held high, and hope that you get another chance in the league.

It seems like both Mark Madden and Todd Frazier let their emotions get the best of them here. It makes for some pretty funny content, though.

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