A two-year-old spat between Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price and Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley, who is a TV analyst for the team, rose up again this week in the midst of a disappointing season in Boston.

Two years ago, Price was upset about a comment the analyst made on air about Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez and confronted Eckersley on the team plane, blocking his way, mocking and cursing at him as some players applauded.

In a profile published on the Boston Globe website on Tuesday, Eckersley said he does not plan on ever talking with Price.

“I didn’t know how to deal with that. I don’t plan on saying a word to him, I don’t plan on seeing him, never,” Eckersley said in the article:

 “I don’t really give a — one way or another. I don’t think he really cares one way or the other.”

Price responded on Twitter on Wednesday.

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