His Red Sox career ended abruptly in the summer of 2008, when he was traded away after a series of ugly events — from shoving Jack McCormick to begging out of the lineup with a fake knee injury.
Yet time heals all wounds … or does it?
Tony Massarotti doesn’t think so.
“Nope, I don’t. I don’t forgive him in the least bit. The guy was a putz when he played here for eight years, and he’s still a putz,” Mazz said. “I regard him as a conniving, manipulative child. That’s how I look at Manny Ramirez. I have to admit to you that I am astonished that there has been sort of the vibe around the whole Manny return like there has been. I think that it’s like, ‘Oh, Manny came back, he found Jesus, isn’t this fun, he apologized to Jack, everything’s good, everything’s back to normal.’
“And I look at that and I say bullcrap. I don’t accept the apology "
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