Tigers' Anthony Gose demoted to Double-A after spat

null Baseball Anthony Gose did not do himself any favors after his temper tantrum with Toledo Mud Hens manager Lloyd McClendon over the weekend.The Tigers outfielder got into an argument with McClendon on Saturday, then didn't show up to the team's game on Sunday. As a result, Gose was suspended for three days then demoted from Triple-A to Double-A Erie, according to the Detroit Free Press. MORE: Triple-A All-Stars hope for return"After collectively evaluating the situation in Toledo, we spoke with Anthony and emphasized our organization's expectations of him," Tigers general manager Al Avila said. "Most importantly, Anthony's transfer to Erie is a move to give him a fresh start to his overall performance as he works his way back to Detroit." Gose was sent to Trip

le-A in May and has struggled. With the Mud Hens, Gose hit .179 with nine strikeouts and four runs in his past 10 games.