Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price is frustrated by his team’s 18-24 start, which includes seven straight losses. His temper got the better of him prior to Saturday’s game in Cleveland, as the second-year skipper was ejected while he was exchanging lineup cards.

According to Paul Hoynes of the Northeast Ohio Media Group, crew chief Jim Reynolds ejected Price due to a difference of opinion the two had, which began Friday:

John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer added that Price had problems with ball and strike calls from the previous game and “got into” it with Reynolds before the crew chief decided to throw him out:

Price hasn’t been shy about sharing his opinion, especially this season as the Reds continue to struggle. The 52-year-old used a certain four-letter word (Warning: Link contains NSFW language) 77 times last month when a reporter frustrated him by publicly stating that catcher Devin Mesoraco wasn’t with the team.

It hasn’t been an easy transition for Price or the Reds since the club fired Dusty Baker after the 2013 season. Cincinnati won 76 games last year and doesn’t look like it will surpass that total in 2015.

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