A rated word about a third party could not take more than a couple of weeks , It turned out you were wrong in that regard. The stupid beef between Red Sox pitcher David Price and NESN broadcaster Dennis Eckersley is now entering its second year, with no sign of easing.
Price Eckersley raided Team Ride in July 2017 – NESN's crew flies on road trips with the team – chewing it over Eckersley and telling Yuck about pitcher Eduardo Rodríguez's performance during a minor league appearance Rodríguez's stupid statistics of the game were shown during a Red Sox broadcast. Price later joked in a moment of spectacular folly that "some people just do not understand how hard this game is," and let the world wonder if Price knew anything about Eckersley's baseball story.
Eckersley was asked about the exchange recently by Chad Finn, whose Eckersley profile ran this week in the Boston Globe . It turns out that he is still disturbed by what happened that day, so he and Price largely avoid each other:
"I did not know how to handle it. I'm not going to say a word to him, I'm not going to see him, never. I do not really give one [expletive] in one way or another. I do not think he really cares about it in one way or another.
These highly uncontroversial comments were eventually seen by Price, who could not resist entering on Twitter first: 
Let's put aside the startling revelation that apparently there was only one date and time that Price could apologize to Eckersley, and that Eckersley has apparently made it impossible for Price to ever apologize He obviously wanted to offer this with complete sincerity by withdrawing from this one meeting. ESPN reported that Price was so impressed by Eckersley's comments in the Globe profile that he even asked to speak to assembled media on Wednesday. To apologize? Sorry, no.
"Honestly, I just think it's rubbish, he had an incredible career and is a Hall of Famer," Price said. "I saw his special at MLB Network, it was cool, the only thing that happened to me He was talking about himself.
"If anyone ever does anything about me after baseball, I do not need to have this interview." I'll have former teammates, I'm going to have former coaches, he did not have, for me that's all you need to know, that's what the story is telling right there. "
That's a lot of fuel to throw into the fire because a guy said he does not plan to see you. Eckersley has now turned Price into a deadly enemy by "itching" over another player's stats in a minor league game and honestly answering a question about the current status of his relationship. I would say it seems that Price should rest a bit, but frankly I'm worried he might set my house on fire.