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Todd Frazier mentioned his feud with Adam Eaton.
Justin Toscano, Personnel Creator

NEW YORK – Following Monday’s Mets victory, Todd Frazier shook off his dust-up with Washington’s Adam Eaton, calling it “not anything.” He wouldn’t elaborate and sought after to transport to the following subject.

Within the different clubhouse, Eaton did the other, calling Frazier “infantile.”

On Tuesday, Frazier, upon arriving to Citi Box, clapped again:

“That’s Adam. That’s him. On the finish of the day, you take into accounts what a person truly is. You compromise stuff out within the box, you don’t truly speak about it. That’s mainly what I do. I imply, again within the day, that’s how I generally settled it. I didn’t truly wish to speak about it, however I heard what he stated,” Frazier stated Monday.

“Didn’t truly trouble me that a lot, however on the finish of the day, you ask guys after I performed with the White Sox in 2016, ask all 23 of the ones guys, they know what took place. For him to even communicate after that, I don’t know the way you communicate after that. That’s mainly all I’ll say after that.

“Males generally settle it out at the box, they don’t wish to speak about it. He began it coming at me with that more or less, ‘I’m a person, I were given a loan I’m paying, two youngsters.’ Repay your loan, I don’t know what to let you know.”

Frazier would no longer extend on what took place when the 2 had been teammates with the White Sox. He stated he didn’t consider what activate Monday’s incident.

Requested why Eaton would say what he did postgame, Frazier stated “it’s simply immaturity.”

“If you understand Adam, each and every group he’s been on, you pay attention what folks say,” Frazier stated. “ him. I used to be a part of it for a yr and a part.”

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Earlier than Tuesday’s sport, cameras stuck the 2 having a dialogue at the box.

Frazier was once traded to the White Sox in 2015 from the Reds ahead of being dealt on the 2017 industry closing date to the Yankees. Eaton was once traded to the Nationals in 2016.

Their problems endured even after the 2 left Chicago. Eaton injured Phillip Evans with a slide closing season and the Mets weren’t proud of it.

Frazier on Tuesday stated he’s no longer shocked it hasn’t ended. He added that he doesn’t imagine he’ll ever say the rest to Eaton about it.

“It’s up to now,” Frazier stated, “however on the identical time, you don’t omit about some issues.”

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