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Red Sox Players, Owners Respond To ESPN's Report Of "Toxic" Clubhouse
Published June 22, 2012
MILLAR CITES THE MARKET: MLB Network’s Kevin Millar said the controversy stems from being in the Boston market. He said, “This is what we’re talking about in the big market. You have basically four or five beat writers per paper, so there’s 20 stories going on per day and everybody has a job to do. So you’ve got to create something. You hear about this and all of this stuff and now there are clubhouse problems going on in the Red Sox locker room. But yet, you talk to all the players and everything is fine. I don't know who makes these stories up or who creates these stories, but it becomes a distraction” (“Intentional Talk,” MLB Network, 6/21).