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It appears that whoever runs the scoreboard at Coors Field of the Colorado Rockies Major League Baseball team is not having a good day. But instead of posting about it on social media like most people, they decided to air out their grievances on the Colorado Rockies scoreboard.

During Wednesday afternoon’s game against the Houston Astros, the scoreboard at the Rockies game featured a lengthy bit of text that appeared to be a brutal message to an ex-girlfriend by the name of Becky.

“Using a stethoscope to listen to the heart, cardiologists can detect narrow valves, vales leakage, and/or abnormal rhythm,” the scoreboard read. “Don’t bother asking him to check YOUR heart though, Becky. That crushed Titanic sub has more life inside it than that collapsed troll cave you call a chest cavity.”

But it didn’t stop there. In fact, it got worse.

“Most Coloradans experience ‘Sweater Weather’ up to 6 months of the year, starting in early September. Except my ex-girlfriend, who probably needs a cardigan year-round because of her ice cube of a heart,” the board read. “Seriously, Becky… Your insides are so frozen, at this point you should just change your name to Elsa.”

The unhinged messages on the scoreboard quickly went viral on social media with people offering their reactions to the brutal situation.

https://twitter.com/bgardnerfanclub/status/1681751479005347841?s=20

But apparently, these sorts of scoreboard messages aren’t necessarily new.

In any case, we certainly hope whoever was sending those messages has a better day!

[Suzie Hunter,