One San Francisco radio host has had enough of Aubrey Huff.
“I can completely understand why the Giants would want nothing to do with you,” co-host Joe Fortenbaugh of the Joe, Lo & Dibs show said on 95.7 “The Game” on Tuesday before hanging up on the two-time World Series champion. “I’m regretting bringing you on because I’m thinking to myself, ‘You know what? He’s exactly the turd he makes himself out to be on social media.’”
The 43-year-old retired Giants player made headlines this week after being deemed persona non grata from the team’s 2010 World Series reunion due to “unacceptable” comments posted on social media.
Instead of using the on-air opportunity to improve his image, the unapologetic Huff doubled down on his sexist beliefs.
“I don’t believe a woman should be in men’s pro sports,” he said. “Absolutely not. There’s so many more people, especially men who grind it out who deserve that spot more than she does.”
Huff is referencing his strident opposition to the Giants hiring Alyssa Nakken, who became MLB’s first female coach in January.
“I got in trouble for wearing a thong in my own clubhouse when female reporters…