Afterward, the New York Mets were clearly excited about their pitcher's performance. So they took to Twitter to attempt a clever way of describing the right-hander's inning of work.
As you can see, that didn't work out too well, as it ended up being more offensive than it was a witty play on words.
To the team's credit, the tweet was deleted within a few minutes and an apology ensued.
Via The Big Lead