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Canadians are used to Americans knowing nothing about their country, but this time they went too far.

You’ve probably heard by now that Fox Sports announcer Harold Reynolds made some comments suggesting Canadians can’t catch baseballs”because there’s not a lot of people that grew up playing baseball in Canada,” (which would certainly explain how the Toronto Blue Jays were able to crush the Texas Rangers twice in a row this weekend, but we digress).

Those comments, which can be heard in the video above, kind of infuriated the whole country. So while Reynolds has since apologized for them, it wasn’t before a angry mob of Canadians “educated” him about the sport north of the 49th parallel. We took the opportunity to round up the best responses we heard:

 

First off, a little baseball history:

 

Better yet, here’s something more recent:

 

Looks like Reynolds was right, good baseball players never come from Canada

 

NEVER ever, ever.

 

And we definitely suck at catching foul balls

 

There’s all kinds of proof. Here’s ‘Exhibit A’

 

We don’t even know what baseball is

 

And there’s usually a moose blocking the stadium

 

Maybe we can’t catch because we’re generally sluggish people

 

But Reynolds knew he messed with the wrong country after this tweet

If nothing else, his comments really made Canada #ComeTogether indeed.