Aubrey Huff Calls For People To Stop Apologizing To ‘Woke Beta Pu–ies’ Like Mets’ Marcus Stroman Over Durag Comment (TWEET)

Television analyst Bob Brenly has formally apologized for a comment he made about Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman’s head covering during Tuesday night’s game.

Stroman had tweeted that the comment had “racist undertones.”

Aubrey Huff had an issue with the incident, and it was because Brenly and people like him keep apologizing for things they say.

“My goodness can we get back to having a fucking spine & quit apologizing to these “woke” beta pussies. Where’s the comedy? Where’s the laughter? Why is everyone so damn offended by everything?What’s racist about commenting about a do-rag?”

Brenly made a crack about Stroman’s attire during the fourth inning Tuesday.

“Pretty sure that’s the same do-rag that Tom Seaver used to wear when he pitched for the Mets,” Brenly said during the telecast.

After the game, Stroman tweeted, “Onward and upward…through all adversity and racist undertones. The climb continues through all!”

Brenly issued a statement on social media before Wednesday’s Mets-Diamondbacks day game.

“During last night’s game, I made a poor attempt at humor that was insensitive and wrong,” the statement said. “I apologize to Marcus Stroman and have reached out directly to share those thoughts. I have had several conversations with the D-backs and we agree that seeking sensitivity training is an important step so I can continue to learn from my mistakes in order to be better in the future.”