Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina is not happy about a certain play at the end of the Angels/Astros game on Sunday.

In the eighth inning of Sunday's game in Houston, the Astros and Angels were tied at ten, when a fly ball to right field set up a play at the plate with the game on the line.

Astros outfielder Jake Marisnick broke for home, and ended up barreling over Angels catcher Johnathan Lucroy.

Lucroy was carted off the field and told ESPN he suffered a concussion and a broken nose.

Marisnick was called out on the play for running over Lucroy.

Molina took to Instagram Sunday night to voice his displeasure as a fellow catcher.

In an expletive laced rant, Molina called the play "bull****", and called for Major League Baseball to take action against Marisnick.

Molina also interacted with various Astros players in the comments who were defending their teammate. Carlos Correa, Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman and Justin Verlander all exchanged barbs with Molina.

You can see Molina's original post by clicking here, but we do warn you, there is strong language throughout.

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