After admitting to his “I despise this town” statement, the Phillies offered Alec Bohm…

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After admitting to his “I despise this town” statement, the Phillies offered Alec Bohm a standing ovation

On Tuesday, Alec Bohm, a Philadelphia Phillies player, apologized for saying, “I hate this pace.” He got a standing ovation from the crowd.

During the Philadelphia Phillies’ game against the New York Mets on Monday night, third baseman Alec Bohm made some viral comments.

After getting sarcastically cheered by Phillies fans after throwing Starling Marte out at first, Bohm was recorded on tape screaming, “I f—ing hate this town.”

During a postgame interview, Bohm apologized for uttering those statements, adding that his emotions got the best of him and that he didn’t mean it.

In the bottom of the eighth inning of Tuesday night’s game against the Mets, Bohm stepped into the batter’s box and earned a standing ovation from the Citizens Bank Park crowd.

The Philly fans gave Alec Bohm a standing ovation in his first AB after he owned up to his “I fucking hate this place” comment from yesterday’s game.

Good sports town 👏

— Jomboy Media (@JomboyMedia) April 13, 2022

After remarking, “I despise this place,” Alec Bohm earns a standing ovation

Bohm admitted to making the remarks and apologized for them. On Tuesday night, a large percentage of Phillies supporters at the game appeared to accept the apology.

Bohm had a rough start to Monday’s game, making three fielding errors, all on throws to first base.

However, with the Phillies losing 4-0 in the eighth inning, Bohm got a walk and drove in the game’s first run. In that inning, the Phillies scored five runs and then shut down the Mets in the top of the ninth inning to win.