[LA Times](a Tribune entity)
In the absence of proof, Stoneman said, "We don't need people making things up."
"I would like to know where it's documented," Scioscia said.
They both know full well what is going on in their locker room, as do the White Sox, MLB, the umpires, and the 35,000 thunderstick toting fans jeering Boozynski in between doing the wave and batting around beach balls.
You want proof, Bill? You need documentation, Mike? How about a February 28th article that read like this?
"No way," Escobar said. "[I've] never been [a fan] since he played in Minnesota."
Pitchers and catchers report to camp and an A.J. Pierzyski card is greeting Mr. Escobar at his locker. Escobar says "he's not a fan" of A.J.'s. A.J gets beaned in his first at-bat against Escobar. That seems pretty straightforward to me. I guess Mike and Bill are just a little slow on the uptake.
Meanwhile, Ozzie Guillen is also mad at MLB for how all beanings involving the White Sox are being handled.