Report details David Price-Dennis Eckersley confrontation on Red Sox team flight Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price mocked Hall of Famer and NESN broadcaster Dennis Eckersley and vulgarly insisted he stay away from players on a team flight Cleveland Indians Jerseys in June, according to a published report. The Boston Globe reported Sunday evening that a disgruntled Price waited for Eckersley on the custom jerseys team plane before cornering him and lashing out at him — to Cleveland Indians Jerseys which members of the team applauded. The Globe reports that Price was agitated with Eckersley's on air-comments on Eduardo Rodriguez after a rehab stint in Pawtucket, Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys in which he replied, "Yuck," to Rodriguez's statistics. Eckersley and other broadcasters who work for team's radio and TV rights holders fly on team charters, as is custom with many franchises. This season, however, Price and other Red Sox players have taken issue with both internal and external media coverage. According to the Globe, Price said to Eckersley after the broadcaster boarded the Boston-to-Toronto flight, “Here he is — the greatest pitcher who ever lived! This game is easy for him!” Later on the same flight, when Eckersley moved from his seat on the plane, Price berated Eckersley by telling him to “get the (expletive) out of here.” Price met with manager John Farrell and team president Dave Dombrowski earlier this month for an issue that was “being handled internally.” In confirming the meeting with management to the Globe, Price said: “some people just don’t understand how hard this game is.” If you want to know more about 2017 world baseball information, see, you can get it!