Los Angeles Dodgers’ Trevor Bauer pitches to Padres with one eye shut, talks trash during second spring start

Trevor Bauer isn't one to shy away from saying what he thinks.

He also has become known for his on-field antics such as mimicking UFC star Conor McGregor's celebratory walk as he leaves the mound. 

Bauer signed a three-year, $102 million contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers this winter and is back to his antics. 

In his second start of spring training, Bauer spent part of his three innings against the San Diego Padres pitching with one eye closed.

"I figured if they can't score off me with one eye open, it's going to be difficult to score off me with two eyes open," Bauer said.

“I figured if they can’t score off me with one eye open, it’s going to be difficult to score off me with two eyes open.”

Trevor Bauer going full savage mode today pic.twitter.com/TkORnXa1x3

Before the game, the Padres released their lineup, and the pitcher shared his disappointment with his new division rivals not putting their best players out against him, quote-tweeting, "How sad" in Spanish.

Que triste. https://t.co/Q6VzF2jJqr

Bauer made sure to take note whether Padres shortstop Manny Machado would play. In the past, Bauer has said Machado is his least favorite batter to face.

“Manny Machado, just because he hits like .700 off me,” Bauer said. “I think he has over a 2.000 slugging percentage, which means he averages more than a double per at-bat off me … I’m just like, ‘Just walk, just go to first. Don’t hit a homer please.’”

Hey, is Manny in the lineup today? ?

Bauer has thrown five innings this spring, striking out five batters and allowing three hits.

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