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Ausmus apologizes again for postgame remark

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Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus, center, sits in the dugout during a baseball game against the the Kansas City Royals at Comerica Park in Detroit on Wednesday, June 18, 2014, which the Tigers lost 2-1. After the game, Ausmus had to immediately apologize after he said he went home and beat his wife after a loss. Ausmus quickly added: "I'm just kidding. Luckily, my wife and kids are fantastic. I do get a little mopey at home but my wife and kids are good; they've seen me be in a bad mood after a loss, so they've been great." After the next question, Ausmus apologized again."I didn't want to make light of battered women," he said. "I didn't mean to make light of that, so I apologize if I offended anyone. Let's move past that to the next question, sorry." (AP Photo/The Detroit News, Robin Buckson)

DETROIT (AP) -- Tigers manager Brad Ausmus apologized again Thursday, a day after he sarcastically told reporters that he beats his wife when his team isn't playing well.

Ausmus says he realized his words were insensitive and in poor taste as soon as they left his mouth.

The first-year manager was asked after Detroit's 2-1 loss to Kansas City on Wednesday how his mood is when he heads home from the ballpark these days. The Tigers have dropped 20 of 29.

Ausmus, clearly trying to joke, said: ''I beat my wife.''

About a minute later, without being prompted, Ausmus said: ''I didn't want to make light of battered women. I didn't mean to make light of that, so I apologize for that if that offended anyone.''

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