Angel Hernandez reminded everyone how terrible he is at his job during Astros-Angels game

This guy has to go. Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images.

Another year and another terrible job behind the plate from umpire Angel Hernandez. We've come to expect how bad he is, but it didn't take long for him to record the worst performance of the season by an umpire.

According to Umpire Auditor, Hernandez missed 24 calls in Tuesday's Astros-Angels game. He had a correct call percentage of just 83.2%. Thankfully the Astros weren't impacted by his poor performance in the win column, as Houston won the game, 4-2.

Check out how bad some of these calls were. Yikes...

This is nothing new with Hernandez and the Astros. Check out this video we recorded in June of 2020 when we recounted A.J. Hinch's beef with Hernandez, discuss several other incidents including Hernandez inappropriately asking for multiple autographs from players, and much more.

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