The Milwaukee Brewers lost in extra innings to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night, after taking a 2-1 lead into the ninth.

It’s the Brewers’ fourth straight loss, and it’s come at a pretty horrible time with the defending champion Chicago Cubs on a six-game winning streak. After exiting the All-Star break with a 5.5-game lead over the Cubs in the NL Central, the Brewers’ lead is down to just 1.5 games, and the Cubs — who entered 2017 as the division’s heavy favorites — are now tied with Milwaukee in the loss column.

Naturally, many Brewers fans are in panic mode, and one of those fans is Kato Kaelin!

Kaelin, best-known as a witness in the O.J. Simpson trial, is very mad online and unleashed several tweets showing his frustration in the Brewers’ recent play.

This is my favorite sports Twitter meltdown from a random celebrity in a while:

Very reasonable tweets about a young team that entered the season expected to finish under .500 and has been arguably the most surprising team in baseball.

While no one would’ve seen the Brewers losing four games in the standings in just six days out of the All-Star break, the regression — to at least some degree — was inevitable. Maybe lighten up on those expectations a tad, Kato.

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