Louis Brinson only hears the N word from a Rockies fan. The Marlins player shared a controversial moment on Sunday, when he was playing during a Marlins game against the Rockies. A fan in the stands behind the home plate apparently shouted the N twice, with the nickname picked up by microphones on the field. As it turns out, the fan was instead screaming for the Colorado mascot “Danger,” trying to get his attention for a photo with his family, according to Rocky. However, upon watching the video, Brinson thinks he hears racial slurs. “All I know is that, to my mind, it sounds like the N word. USA Today.” I don’t know what he said. I only have the video and the video looks like the N word to me. But, if it isn’t, and he wasn’t initially meant to make it seem like that. I’m sorry for all the backlash coming.” MORE: Dodgers ball girl became a Twitter star after stopping invader Brinson said that, as a black baseball player, he irritates racists on social media fairly frequently, with anonymous accounts tweeting him the word Disgusting. N-word. It’s not that I want to hear it. I never want to hear that word,” Bronson said. “Personally, I haven’t been called for that, in person, on my face, on the baseball field, or off the baseball field, at all, so I don’t know what my reaction would be if I got that.” I haven’t spoken to the Rockies, nor have I spoken to that fan personally – but if that’s the case, I’m sorry for any backlash or anything he’s getting right now. You haven’t heard any offensive or racist insults.