Bruno's show is broadcast on local station KNBR 1050 AM. He later deleted his tweet and apologized for his "stupid and insensitive" post.
"gutless ( . . . ) Giants," he tweeted. "Bochy is a coward for having his illegal alien pitcher hit a guy since mighty Frisco boys . . . "
Ramirez is from the Dominican Republic. He has declined to discuss the brawl but said yesterday he is in the United States legally and wouldn't be able to work in the major leagues otherwise.
"I'm not interested in what he thinks about me," Ramirez said in a Spanish interview before the finale of the Giants' four-game series with the Phillies. "I'm not interested in what he has to say. I don't need to pay attention to what he has to say about me. A lot of people say things about me. I know who I am. How would I be able to work here if I were an illegal? He put it on the Internet? I can't believe that."
Ramirez is ready to move forward - from the brawl and Bruno's comments.
"Everyone says what they feel in their heart," Ramirez said. "But I feel that's not right."
On his Facebook page, Bruno addressed his remarks.
"My stupid and insensitive twitter post was up less than one minute before I realized it was caustic," Bruno said.
"It was removed immediately and I typed a quick apology on twitter and here. Since I was doing my live radio show, I apologized more emphatically on the air, and the podcast is available on my website [tonybrunoshow.com, hour 3] for those who choose to actually get some facts to go along with the hearsay or bloggers who spread falsehoods about my apology not being 'sincere.' "