San Diego Padres' Fernando Tatis Jr. trolls Los Angeles Dodgers' Trevor Bauer with one-eyed home run trot

The trolling and trash-talking from Trevor Bauer and Fernando Tatis Jr. in Saturday's Los Angeles Dodgers-San Diego Padres game carried over to social media on Sunday.

In spring training last month, new Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer pitched the first inning mostly with his right eye closed, a training method he said he often uses.

On Saturday, Padres' star Fernando Tatis Jr. made his feelings known about said method when he homered off Bauer and appeared to cover one of his eyes while he rounded the bases.

But Tatis didn't stop there. He homered off Bauer again -- this time in the sixth inning, and mimicked Bauer's Conor McGregor strut after he crossed home plate.

The two players continued their feud on Twitter, where Bauer seemingly accused Tatis of looking back at the catcher's sign before the pitch and Tatis responding with him holding a child with a cutout of Bauer's face over the child's head, saying "Calm son" in Spanish.

The Padres are going for a series sweep after dropping two of three games to the Dodgers last week. The National League West rivals are expected to be among the best teams in the NL this year.

And the rivalry continues to grow.