The feud between Mets 3B Todd Frazier and Nationals OF Adam Eaton had another player jump in the argument. Well, former player.
Ozzie Guillen, the longtime White Sox player and manager, gave his take on the Frazier-Eaton beef that has come to light this past couple of days. Though he may not have been in the Chicago clubhouse when Frazier and Eaton were teammates, Guillen said he knows well that Eaton was not the most-liked player on that team.
In fact, he wasn't afraid to say it to Eaton himself.
"Eaton, nobody liked you in a White Sox uniform in the clubhouse," Guillen said on NBC Sports Chicago.
The situation stems from Frazier and Eaton jawing at each other during the Mets' win on Monday night. In between innings, the two shared words that saw both dugouts start to spill out in preparation for a brawl.
Instead, both players have since shared their thoughts with the media, going back and forth with sly insults. Eaton called Frazier "childish" for coming at him, while Frazier said, "At the end of the day, you think about what a man really is. You settle stuff on the field."
Frazier also mentioned that the feud is from his time in 2016 with the White Sox -- a time that seemed so uncomfortable that Eaton moved his locker away from Frazier's following some sort of incident.
"There are 23 of those guys, they know what happened," Frazier said Tuesday. "For him to talk after that, I don't know how you talk after that. That's all I say after that."
Todd Frazier shoots back at Adam Eaton, alluding to something he did while the two were teammates with the Chicago White Sox.- SNY (@SNYtv) May 21, 2019
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So as the feud continues to boil over, consider Guillen siding Team Frazier.