David Price made it clear on Wednesday that he is not happy with the media.
After Wednesday night's game, CSN Red Sox Insider Evan Drellich revealed that he had a conversation with Price.
“After the game, Price wasn’t happy. He was directly unhappy with me,” Drellich explained on Boston Sports Tonight. “We had a conversation about it. I prefer not to detail it because I think the conversation was meant to be mostly private. But it was loud enough that most of the reporters overheard it and it will probably be talked about to some extent.
“My takeaway is that, from both the story and from the conversation I had with him, is he’s unhappy with how he’s been treated in Boston. The bottom line doesn’t change.”
Price told Dan Shaughnessy that he would no longer be doing "personal interviews," but would still speak to the media on days he pitches.
“I’m not cautious,’’ Price told the Globe. “I’m the same me. I don’t talk to the media every day like I did last year and I guess I get blown up for that. But I was honest with everything they asked me last year and I get blown up for that. So they did this to themselves. Talk to me on the day I pitch and that’s it. There are no more personal interviews. There are no more asking me questions on a personal level. That’s done.’’