You've got to be kidding me. 


Earlier this week, Ian Kinsler was ejected after arguing with umpire Angel Hernandez. Kinsler went on to rip Hernandez, saying he needed to find a new job. 


Before Saturday's game between the Tigers and Dodgers, umps were seen sporting white wristbands. Why? To to protest the recent verbal attacks against umps.


Really?

​​Unreal. 


To no surprise, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus was not a fan whatsoever by this decision. 


“To single out one player is completely wrong and goes against what the sport is," Ausmus said after the game. "It's a team sport. There [are] often arguments between players and umpires, managers and umpires, coaches and umpires, and it's part of the game. To single out one player as a union is completely uncalled for.


“I've been a part of many arguments, and there are many things said both ways, player to umpire and umpire to player. To act like anyone's innocent in a particular argument is not only unfounded, it's a lie."


Clearly he's not happy. Can you blame him?


"This seems petty to me," Ausmus added.