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Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Alec Bohm admitted during Monday’s game against the New York Mets at Citizens Bank Park that he said he hated the place.
The Philadelphia Phillies had quite an eventful Monday night. They recovered from a 4-0 deficit in the eighth inning to defeat the New York Mets 5-4. Early in the game, Bohm managed to commit three field errors, all of which came from throws to first base.
After knocking out Starling Marte in the second inning, Bohm received a sarcastic cheer from fans at Citizens Bank Park. That’s when Bohm was spotted saying, “I hate this place.”
Bohm was asked about it after the game, where he confirmed he said it. Boehm said he didn’t want to say it and that his feelings were overwhelming.
You can see videos of both the piece in question and Bohm’s admission below:
Alec Bohm admits he dropped an F-bomb on Philadelphia
The night didn’t start well for Bohm and the Phillies, but their luck changed during the eighth inning.
Bohm was led on six pitches early in the eighth inning, thrown by Trevor May, who was removed from the game shortly thereafter. Bohm would score Philadelphia’s first run of the game after Kyle Schwarber landed in a force out. The floodgates opened from there as the Phillies hit four more runs on a two-run homer by JT Realmuto and RBI doubles by Rhys Hoskins and Didi Gregorius.
The Phillies secured the 5-4 win after a successful save from Brad Hand at the top of ninth place.
Boehm admitted he said what viewers thought he said and stressed he didn’t mean it.
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