Damn, that was kinda ugly.

Chicago Cubs backup catcher Miguel Montero was assigning blame in the clubhouse after allowing seven steals against the Washington Nationals recently.

Well, make that former Cubs backup catcher.

The object of the veteran's scorn was poorly chosen: 2015 Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta, who wasn't exactly helping the cause with his slow delivery to the plate.

Have a listen:

Yeah, that's really not good.

There's more on file over at The Daily Player, so feel free to check it out.

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