Baseball Giants third base coach Tim Flannery indulged in a little social media venting toward Padres fans on Wednes

day night.Well, more than a little. MORE: Visual history of the Padres' uniformsOk, enough San Diego, here's the deal— Tim Flannery (@TimFlannery2) February 11, 2016For context, Flannery was considered a fan favorite during his 11 seasons in San Diego even though he was primarily a utility player with modest hitting skills. Flannery played on the 1984 World Series team and scored the tying run in the NLCS before the Padres beat the Cubs.MORE: Best players all-time at each jersey number, 1-99He joined Bruce Bochy as the team’s third-base coach in 1996 and eventually followed “Boch” to San Francisco on the Giants staff.Flannery followed up with a few more tweets, including this one that summed up the rant:Last time, don't get on me. I fought for it, what did you all do except reach out long distance , leave me be.— Tim Flannery (@TimFlannery2) February 11, 2016Some breakups are harder to watch than others.