Kate Upton Is Having An Epic Twitter Meltdown After Justin Verlander Got ‘Snubbed’ For The Cy Young Award

Tonight, Red Sox righty Rick Porcello was named the 2016 American League Cy Young Award winner by the Baseball Writers Association of America. The 27-year-old has had a spectacular season, finishing the year with a major-league-leading 22 wins and a 3.15 ERA. In Rick’s eight-year career, this is the first time he’s ever even received any votes for Cy Young, according to CBS Sports.

Justin Verlander, who finished the season 16-9 with a 3.04 ERA with 254 strikeouts (2nd in MLB) received one more first place vote than Porcello but ultimately came up short.

One person was far from happy with the results–Verlander’s wife Kate Upton. Upton has to get a couple huge things off her chest and used Twitter as her medium for doing so. She’s fucking losinnnggggg it.

She even taking aim at Twitter eggs. NO ONE IS SAFE.

Now let’s get back to what’s important.

Hey Kate, there’s no crying in baseball. Hey Kate, one more thing. Now that you know you’re married to a loser, call me. I’m free literally whenever.

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