Found June 07, 2012 on Holdout Sports:

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Derek Lowe was upset with his own performance in Thursday's game against the Detroit Tigers, during which he gave up seven runs on nine hits in five innings.

After being taken out of the game, Lowe was caught on camera throwing a cooler onto the ground in the Indians dugout, but since the lid was open and the cooler still contained some ice, Lowe managed to dump the ice from the cooler onto his head in the process.



Talk about putting an exclamation point on Lowe's bad day at the office.

Video via Yahoo! Sports. H/T Big League Stew.
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