According to multiple sources, including USA Today, Marlins' outfielder Logan Morrison called out Hanley Ramirez and his .206 batting average.
Morrison, who uses Twitter actively, seems to have little trouble sharing his opinion. After Ramirez arrived later than the rest of his teammates to the ballpark for pre-game stretching, Morrison confronted him about his poor habits and suggested it might correlate with his low batting average.
This is not the first time Hanley has been in the media for a lack of desire or hustle. Dan Uggla called him out last season, and manager Jack McKeon benched Ramirez on Monday night in his first game returning to the bench.