Anthony Rendon declined to comment on an altercation he had with a fan following an Opening Day loss by the Los Angeles Angels at the Oakland A's.
"I'm sorry. I can't comment," Rendon said.
MLB said Friday it was looking into the incident.
In a 12-second video posted on social media, Rendon grabs the fan by the shirt through the guardrails and accuses the fan of calling him a "b----." Rendon continues to challenge the fan as he denies the claim. Rendon then calls the fan a "motherf---er" and takes a swipe, which does not connect, as he lets go of the shirt and proceeds to leave the area.
"This happens a lot unfortunately," Angels manager Phil Nevin said. "A lot of times we just don't see it. You're going to hear things all the time. You hear a lot. Right now, I just don't want to comment on the incident involving Anthony or anything that goes along with it."