Paige Spiranac has a bone to pick with the San Diego Padres — their “terrible” uniforms, specifically.
On Tuesday, the golfer-turned-influencer expressed her distaste for San Diego’s apparel, the same day the Padres got pummeled by the Los Angeles Dodgers, 5-1, in Game 1 of the NLDS.
“The Padres uniforms are terrible and I’m not just saying that because a Padres fan told me to choke on a d–k today,” Spiranac tweeted.
When one follower disagreed, stating the uniforms are “easily top 3 in the mlb,” Spiranac doubled down on her take.
“The tan/brown pinstripes is not a good look,” the 27-year-old replied.
Spiranac, who previously golfed at San Diego State University, added she doesn’t have a problem with most of their uniforms, just Tuesday’s designs. She then shifted focus to the Dodgers’ roster.
“It’s crazy Mookie [Betts] and I are the same age. He has 365 million and I’m trolling Padres fans on Twitter in a Mickey Mouse shirt. Life comes at you fast,” she posted.
The good news for Spiranac, 27, is that Betts is celebrating his 28th birthday on Wednesday.
Last week, Spiranac learned the power of the Padres’ fan base after questioning the loyalty of fans in response to San Diego’s NL wild-card win.
“Tonight I learned Padres fans are scary and to never question their loyalty again. I’m sorry,” she wrote.