Astros assistant general manager Brandon Taubman apologized to “anyone that was offended by my actions” after directing an expletive-filled tirade toward a group of female reporters in the team’s celebratory clubhouse following the American League Championship Series.

As Sports Illustrated first reported Monday night and the Chronicle later confirmed, Taubman yelled ““Thank God we got (Roberto) Osuna! I’m so (expletive) glad we got Osuna! about a half dozen times” toward the group. Osuna had just blown a save in the ninth inning of Houston’s 6-4 win against the Yankees.

“I used inappropriate language for which I am deeply sorry and embarrassed," Taubman said in a statement on Tuesday. "In retrospect, I realize that my comments were unprofessional and inappropriate.  My overexuberance in support of a player has been misinterpreted as a demonstration of a regressive attitude about an important social issue.”

The Astros acquired Osuna in July 2017 while he was serving a 75-game suspension for violating Major League Baseball’s Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse policy. Osuna accepted his suspension without appeal. Details of his case and the allegations against him have never been revealed.