Tommy Pham Calls Out Mike Trout Over Fantasy Football Dispute

There's a Major League Baseball fantasy football problem crisis going on right now.

It involved Tommy Pham of the Cincinnati Reds and San Francisco Giants outfielder Joc Pederson and it resulted in Pederson getting struck in the face by Pham. Major League Baseball handed down a three-game suspension for Pham.

Pham spoke with the media on Tuesday after his suspension and spoke at length about his side of the slap saga. He claimed that the commissioner of the fantasy football league (Mike Trout) could have put a stop to the dispute that led to the slap. Here is what he said:

"Trout's the worst commissioner in fantasy sports. Because he allowed a lot of s--t to go on and he could've solved it all. Nobody wanted to be commissioner, I didn't want to be the f---ing commissioner. I've got other s--t to do. He didn't want to do it; we put it on him. It was kind of our fault too, because we made him commissioner."

Pham had been eligible to play on Tuesday at the end of his suspension, but was held out by the Reds.

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