Just now finishing up the game on DVR, and something caught my attention during Jim Day's post game interview with Joey Votto. Jim mentioned that the Reds had lost two of three in Houston, and that "road trip losing can snowball".
Votto replied "I don't agree with you about losing snowballing on the road" and went on to elaborate. His replies to Day's follow-up questions about being players being tired and like, almost seemed dismissive, as well.
Once the interview was complete, Day said "We'll never say ever again 'losing snowballs on the road'. You don't want to make Joey Votto mad."
I wasn't sure how to take that. I know Day has an unorthodox broadcasting style, but it wasn't easy to tell if it was an attempt at humor or a broadcaster who was offended at Votto's rebuttal.
Did you see it? How did you take it?