Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval says he has moved on from a heated exchange with a reporter in the clubhouse that took place on Tuesday.
“I am still happy,’’ Sandoval told reporters Wednesday, via MLB.com. “That happened yesterday. That’s it. It’s past. Today is a new day. Why are we going to talk about it?’’
Here’s a description of the incident that, via MLB.com:
Perhaps that started to take a toll on Tuesday, when Sandoval slammed his bat against a table in the middle of the clubhouse and then asked the reporter he was upset with to get away from his locker.
Through Thursday, Sandoval was hitting .208/.208/.458 in spring training. As was the case during his first spring training with Boston, his weight has been a topic of discussion since he arrived in Fort Myers.
“It’s going to be that way every single day,’’ Sandoval said of the pressure of playing in Boston. “Just smile and keep walking. Nothing you can do.’’
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