Last week, the Miami Marlins were “outraged” by the Red Sox bringing a lineup of mostly minor leaguers to a spring training game in Jupiter, Fla. The Marlins sold tickets to that game at a premium price, under the belief that the defending World Series champions would be taking the field. Marlins officials were reportedly so upset that they contacted the league and demanded some sort of investigation to the Red Sox’ violating a rule.
Reportedly, Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington apologized to the Marlins for the lack of star power in the lineup, but the Sox’ principal owner wasn’t in much of an apologetic mood.
John Henry took to Twitter, where he let loose a scorching burn — and with 86 characters to spare.
“They should apologize for their regular season lineup,” Henry tweeted.
They should apologize for their regular season lineup.— John W "
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