Alec Bohm of the Philadelphia Phillies says his emotions got the best of him after making errors. He then made a pointed comment.

PHILADELPHIA Alec BohmPhiladelphia might be a better place than Philadelphia to correct errors made in the field.

Three E-5s were nothing when compared to the one F bomb he dropped out of frustration.

The cameras captured Bohm using some snarky words after his second error.

“I f—ing loathe this place,” he declared.

Perhaps a rally that he started with a leadoff step — and admitting to his error — helped ease some hurt feelings.

J.T. RealmutoIn the eighth inning, he hit a two-run homer. Rhys HoskinsAnd Didi GregoriusThen came run-scoring doubles, which helped the Philadelphia PhilliesGet past the New York MetsMonday night, 5:45 –

After trailing 4-0, the Phillies scored five runs in their eighth against two Mets relief pitchers. Realmuto scored his first homer of season deep in the left-field seats, making it 4-3. Hoskins scored a tie-breaking double to the left. Seth Lugo(0-1), and Gregorius inserted one into the right center gap for a 5-4 advantage.

Bohm committed three errors at third base during the first three innings. This is a poor look as he attempts to win the job of third base over rookies Bryson Stott.

Bohm stated that “emotions got to the best of me” but did not mean any offense towards Philadelphia or the franchise.

“I said it. Do you mean it? Bohm replied, “No.” It was a frustrating night for us, it's obvious. I made a few errors in the field. These people, these fans just want to win. We come back, they are great. They are my sincere apologies. “I don't mean this.”

Bohm committed his first mistake in the first game when he charged a starter with a ball. Ranger SuarezHe grabbed his glove and made a wild sidearm throw into right field. His second error came in the second. He made a routine grounder and threw it over Hoskins (first baseman) and into foul territory. Bohm completed the trio in the third with a wide throw that pulled Hoskins out of the bag.

Joe Girardi, Phillies manager, said that he believes it was a frustrated kid. “I don’t believe that kid was referring, you know… to the city of Philadelphia and the fans. He was probably referring to the circumstances in which he was. Try to imagine yourself in his shoes.

The Mets didn't score an unearned run, however, due to the three errors.

Girardi stated that Scott was the better choice than Bohm because of his previous success against the Mets starters. Taijuan Walker.

Girardi stated, “He's had success with Walker.” “And as I stated, they're both going play. It's vital that they both play.

This report was based on information from The Associated Press.

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