The little spat between the Miami Marlins and the Boston Red Sox over the defending champs’ lineup in Thursday’s spring training game could have ended by now.
After all, Red Sox GM Ben Cherington already apologized for trotting out a team featuring just two players with any major league experience in the starting lineup.
The Marlins, for their part, were said to be "outraged" that the Red Sox held out their best players, especially since Miami had jacked up the ticket prices for fans eager to see the defending champs in action.
But a tweet on Saturday might just rev this would-be feud back up.
Boston owner John Henry — who used to own the Marlins — took a shot at the lineup Miami puts on the field every day during the regular season.
They should apologize for their regular season lineup.