Ross Kelly, CBS Local Sports

Are you sick of those constant Viagra ads that seemingly come on during every commercial break of your favorite TV show or sporting event? Well so is Adam Wainwright of the St. Louis Cardinals. But Wainwright is really upset about the airing of the commercials, so much so, that he reached out to MLB and Fox Sports (in a tweet) to express his displeasure.

Here is Wainwright’s tweet while watching Game 1 of the Rangers-Blue Jays ALDS:

In Wainwright’s defense, he does have three kids under the age of 10 and if he was watching the game with them, this may have created some awkward discussions. (He also proudly displays his kids wearing his jersey on his Twitter background.)

Although unintentionally, Wainwright just provided some fodder for Cubs fans when the Cardinals go to Chicago. You can expect to hear some chants, see some signs, and maybe even see a Wrigley-scoreboard Viagra ad if Wainwright takes the mound in Chicago.

Perhaps Wainwright should have thought twice before publicly expressing his displeasure in the ads.

Ross Kelly is an Associated Producer for CBS Local Sports. He is from Louisiana and is a fan of all sports, but not of any teams (except LSU). He can be reached at ross.kelly@cbs.com.