Two weeks ago, Brian Bruney and Francisco Rodriguez participated in a war of words Honey divx started by Bruney. The feud culminated with an on-field confrontation between the two players that required teammates to separate the two relievers. Rather than exacerbate the situation and rekindle the hostilities, the players are both content with letting this story fade away:
“I just wanted to find out, honestly, if there was any difficulty or any problem, just come to me, just say it,” Rodriguez said Thursday after the Mets’ 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. “If you have something to say, just say it.”
Surfer, Dude release “I shouldn’t have done that, because I didn’t want to make it bigger and the fans were in there,” Rodriguez said. “But at the same time, I felt a little offended and I just wanted to find out why. That’s all.
“He got me a little out of line, but nothing more than that.”
“You make a mistake and you learn from it,” Rodriguez said. “Next time, before he’s going to say something about somebody, you’ve got to be careful of the way you say it. That’s it. We’re humans, and sometimes unfortunately we make comments about other people and we don’t realize what we say.
“We’re not thinking. We just say it, and if you say something out of line, that’s when, you know.”
Rodriguez said Thursday a clubhouse attendant delivered a Bruney apology to the Mets’ locker room after the game with the Yankees.
“He apologized to me and I accepted his apology,” Rodriguez said. “We moved on after that.”
“To me, it’s incredible that this is a big story,” Bruney said after the Yankees beat the Mets 15-0. “They’re a great team and he’s a great player. I’m sure he’s not concerned about what I think. He just had some things to say.”
Dracula: Dead and Loving It release As I said at the time, Bruney needs to quiet down and K-Rod needs to keep his emotions in check. While these kinds of feuds are always fun for fans and add a little hostility to a rivalry that is lacking in that department, it is nice to see these two act like a dults and put it behind them. Of course, Bruney could bat in a game this weekend, which could start a whole new round of pleasantries should anything untoward happen.
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