Angel Hernandez is among the most reviled umpires in Major League Baseball. And he didn't do much to help that on Sunday.
Adding to a long list of miscues, Hernandez rang up Brewers All-Star catcher Omar Narvaez on a very high fastball that even left the ESPN's "Sunday Night" broadcast chuckling.
Baseball fans took aim at Hernandez's more than questionable call across social media.
"[Angel Hernandez] stays seated at the throne of the worst to ever do it," commented Jared Carrabis.
"Why is Angel Hernandez allowed to ump on Sunday Night Baseball," asked a fan.
"[Angel Hernandez] doing [Angel Hernandez] things..." another Brew Crew fan replied.
"[Angel Hernandez] in his bag," tweeted Starting 9.
"Angel Hernandez - you gotta be xxxxxxx kidding me," said Chuck Freimund.
"And that is why [Angel Hernandez] is not allowed to ump in the World Series," added another user.
"There is no reason Angel Hernandez should still have a job as an MLB umpire," remarked a Phillies fan page.
"[Angel Hernandez] needs to be fired," said Lou Merloni. "He’s just an awful umpire."
"Angel Hernandez is the reason robot umps exist," tweeted George Stockburger.
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