Tigers’ Anthony Gose erupts on Triple-A manager

null Baseball Thinks haven’t gone well for Anthony Gose this season. The Detroit Tigers’ starting center fielder at the start of the season, Gose is taking his swings instead for the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens lately — where things got particularly bad Saturday. Gose was pulled from the lineup in the third inning by manager Lloyd McClendon (yes, the same Lloyd McClendon who managed the Pirates and Mariners) in favor of pinch-hitter Jeff McVaney. And according to the Toldeo Blade, Gose wasn’t pleased with the decision and engaged in a heated exchange with McClendon.MORE: SN picks the top 50 players in baseball Gose stormed into the clubhouse where he emptied and his locker and vanished.According to ESPN.com, the Tigers are looking into the incident involving the struggling 25-year-old."Any time a player reacts that way to a manager, it's a concern, but it's certainly not anything that can't be dealt with or gotten past," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said, adding Gose’s struggles this year could have played a role. "I think you have to understand the human side, the human element involved, the emotions involved, and those struggles play into his emotions obviously.”  Gose batted just .240 in 30 games with the Tigers and has f

allen off further in Toledo with a .185 batting average in 50 games.