DETROIT -- Orioles first baseman
Reynolds was ejected in the fifth inning after first-base umpire Jeff Kellogg’s out call on
Reynolds slammed his glove on the ground and was immediately ejected by second-base umpire Vic Carapazza, then unloaded a postgame tirade on the umpires.
Reynolds did backtrack from saying that he believed the umpires were “probably over there right now laughing about it” after calls went against the Orioles.
"The only thing I regret that I said is that [the umpires] are probably laughing about it," Reynolds said. "Those guys, they work hard they try to make the right calls. Everything else, I was pretty hot after the game last night. Especially that we lost, it compounded it. I know they try to get the calls right. I know they aren't over there laughing about it. I know they probably take it hard."
Otherwise, Reynolds said he stands by his words.
"Everything else, I feel like I said what a lot of people think," Reynolds said. "So, we will see what happens.