This has to be the biggest pile of BS I've ever seen on the internet, and considering that I'm talking about the internet, that says a lot.
In the interview with Jeff Kellog, he lays the blame for everything at the feet of the Red Sox.
Did you ever feel like when he stays in the game that things could get out of control?
“Sure, you think about a lot of things, but part of losing control is them losing control. We stay under control. We aren’t going to make a decision if we feel we are in the right place because we’re worried about somebody losing control. At some point, you want to keep peace out there and you want to keep control of the game, absolutely. We weren’t going to throw him out of the game to please Boston because things were getting out of control on their end.”
I would suggest to Mr. Kellog that things started getting out of control when Price threw at Papi's backside and the umpiring crew was derelict in their duties when they allowed Price to say in the game. They became MORE derelict when they allowed Price to hit Carp and again allowing Price to stay in the game.
Kellog admits that the umpiring crew had been warned that "something could happen". The whole thing could have been prevented if the umpiring crew had the kahunas to do the right thing in the beginning and throw Price out immediately.
I'm hoping the biggest, loudest and longest boos of tonight's game are saved for when the umpiring crew is introduced
Having the right to do something doesn't make it the right thing to do.