Kate Upton Shreds MLB Over Cy Young Vote: ‘I Thought I Was the Only Person Allowed to F–k Justin Verlander’

Like many these days, model/actress is crying foul over the voting process

Major League Baseball is getting a big “no” vote from Kate Upton, after her fiance Justin Verlander was edged out for the AL Cy Young Award on Wednesday.

Model/actress Upton eviscerated the organization in a series of tweets, after the Detroit Tigers’ Verlander narrowly lost in the vote to Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello.

“Hey @MLB I thought I was the only person allowed to f-ck @JustinVerlander ?! What 2 writers didn’t have him on their ballot?” Upton seethed on Twitter. “He had the majority of 1st place votes and 2 writers didn’t have him on their ballots?!! can you pick more out of touch people to vote?”

According to the MLB, Verlander took more first-place votes than Porcello, with 14 first-place votes compared to Porcello’s eight. However, Verlander fell behind Porcello because he was left off of two ballots.

Porcello took 18 second-place votes, compared to two for Verlander.

And like many people throughout America in the last week, Upton was seriously unhappy with the vote tally and the election result.

“He had the majority of 1st place votes and 2 writers didn’t have him on their ballots?!! can you pick more out of touch people to vote?@MLB,” Upton wrote.

“Sorry Rick but you didn’t get any 1st place votes? you didn’t win. #ByeFelicia @MLB keep up with the times and fire those writers,” she added.

As of this writing, Verlander himself has remained silent on the vote results on his Twitter account.

However, his brother, Ben Verlander, also voiced his displeasure, tweeting, “Are you kidding me? Most first place votes and doesn’t win? … Explain this..”