Todd Frazier Fires Back At Pittsburgh Radio Host Who Brutally Mocked Him For Getting Cut By Pirates

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Todd Frazier is having a terrible, no good, very bad day after the Pittsburgh Pirates—yes, the 14-20 Pittsburgh Pirates—designated the two-time All-Star for assignment.


In 13 games and 35 at bats, the 11-year vet has hit just .086 with 0 home runs and four RBIs.

To add insult to injury, Frazier has found himself in the digital trenches with Mark Madden, former WCW wrestling commentator turned Pittsburgh sports talk radio host.

Madden kicked off the increasingly intense feud by wishing Frazier luck in the future. Kinda.

Frazier shot back, electing to poke fun of the 60-year-old Madden’s obesity.

From Urban Dictionary:

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Mark appears unfazed:

At the time of this writing, Frazier has yet to reply, but Madden remains in the trenches taking digital grenades from all corners of the internet battlefield. He is not backing down, despite those continuing to fat-shame him.

A lot of chin music being thrown out here and Madden is staying in the box. Wild, especially for a dude of his shape.

Excuse me while I re-brand to Pretend Media Guy.

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