Video: Tigers manager Brad Ausmus loses his sweatshirt and cool against Twins


The Minnesota Twins were in the midst of coming back from an 8-0 deficit that Detroit built in the first inning of Monday night's game.

So Tigers manager Brad Ausmus was already a little fired up and frustrated as the Twins slowly were creeping back into Monday night's game. His frustration boiled over when his third baseman Nick Castellanos was called out on strikes.

Here is how the Tigers manager reacted.

The Twins had tied the score at eight, but Castellanos struck back in the bottom of the seventh with a solo home run. J.D. Martinez then went deep in the eighth and the Tigers held off the Twins comeback 10-8.

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