It was just a few days ago that the Miami Marlins were expressing their outrage about the lineup that the Boston Red Sox placed on the field in a spring training game.
Eventually Red Sox general manager Ben Cherrington sent an apology via email to the Marlins hoping to diffuse the situation.
On Saturday Red sox owner John Henry figured it was time he weighed in on the whole situation. And weight in he did.
They should apologize for their regular season lineup.
— John W. Henry (@John_W_Henry) March 8, 2014
The Marlins have often been at the bottom of baseball in terms of payroll. Last season they ranked 29th and dumped their highest paid player, pitcher Ricky Nolasco, at the trade deadline.