It appears someone had a nasty case of the Tuesdays recently in DC.

That someone would be umpire Alan Porter.

When Washington Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy requested that Porter move out of his sight line to home plate, the response was a little salty.

Can't repeat it on a family site -- and hell, Fanorama tries so hard to be -- but The Daily Player has no problem with the details. Click on over if you're so inclined.

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After all, if you're gonna clean it up, that doesn't mean you have to beat yourself up in the process.

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What a tasteful start to changing your ways. Get it now, while your conscience is tingling, and then go watch an old episode of Mr Rogers.

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