Kate Upton on Wednesday blasted commenters on Twitter for their "degrading" comments after she voiced her opinion about a fan-interference call during an Astros-Red Sox playoff game.
In the first inning for the Houston Astros in Game 4, Jose Altuve was denied a two-run homer after fans reaching for the ball interfered with Mookie Betts attempt to make a leaping catch.
“So if a player is IN the stands fans are suppose to move over?” Upton tweeted. “If those are the rules MLB shouldn’t let fans sit there. They didn’t reach over the fence. @MLB”
After a barrage of replies in and hostile comments, Upton shot back at her critics. She called out people for addressing her as “princess”, “honey” or “terrible girl.”
“Just because I have an opinion on the call doesn’t give you the right to be degrading & disrespectful because I’m a woman,” Upton tweeted.
Upton's husband is Justin Verlander, a pitcher for the Houston Astros.