Rick Sutcliffe's anger level regarding the Melky Cabrera saga is through the roof.

Sutcliffe, a former major league pitcher now working for ESPN, dropped by The Michael Kay Show to discuss Cabrera's suspension and the news that Cabrera attempted to use a fake website in an effort to avoid the ban. Sutcliffe promptly went off, questioning why the Giants outfielder should even be allowed to work in the United States in the wake of the incidents.

"You know, it makes you mad. First of all, this guy is over here in the United States on a working visa. He broke the law. What's he doing still here?" Sutcliffe said. "I mean, forget the 50-game suspension from baseball and whether he can come back if they make the players [sic] or not. Why's he still here? That visa should be taken away, and he should not be allowed to play over here again, or work over here again, in my opinion."

Whoa. There's been plenty of disapproval when it comes to Cabrera, but Sutcliffe is fuming.

Check out the video below to hear Sutcliffe's comments.

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