Sometimes it is the players themselves that drive me the most nuts, though. Take Adam Dunn, for instance:
But it depends on when you’re striking out. If you strike out with two outs and nobody on, who gives a [expletive]?
You should, you dumb [expletive]. At least with runners on and less than two outs, it can at least be justified that you didn't hit into a double play. With two on and two out, you should be doing everything in your power not to strike out. By striking out, you give your opponent a free out. What a good hitter should be doing in that scenario is attempting to force the issue by doing anything they can to continue the inning. It is pressure on the defense that leads to rallies. Yes, sometimes even with two outs.