Twins third baseman Josh Donaldson. (Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports).
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Twins third baseman Josh Donaldson had an intense response to Lucas Giolito as their sticky compound conflict ramped up with Ozzie Guillen in the crossfire.
If you believed the feud in between Josh Donaldson and Lucas Giolito was going to unwind, think again.
Giolito called Donaldson “a f– ing insect” and implicated him of making a “classless relocation” after he commemorated a home run versus the pitcher by saying “hands not sticky anymore” as he crossed home plate.
Donaldson made no bones about his issues with Giolito on Wednesday before the Twins took on the White Sox once again on Wednesday.
” If were going to talk about class, which side are you going to select? Are you going to take the side of someone who is playing the game fair or are you going to take the side of somebody that was probably cheating prior to this occurred?” Donaldson stated, per Jesse Rogers of ESPN.
Josh Donaldson and Lucas Giolito are still going at it.
Donaldson extended his anger to former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, who said he would have thrown at the third baseman after his home base comment.
” You have Ozzie Guillen talking sh * t about me! You were a career under.700 OPS, male. My worst season in the big leagues is 150 points greater than that. This coming from a person who (stated excellent things) about Fidel Castro !! What are we doing around here?” Donaldson continued, per ESPN AM 1000 in Chicago.
Apparently, Donaldson and Giolito spoke in the car park after Tuesdays game as well.
The White Sox directly beat the Twins on Tuesday night, 7-6. Donaldson opened the scoring with his first-inning crowning achievement, then Chicago took control of with 7 go to take a commanding lead. Minnesotas late rally fell just brief.
The two groups will square off once again on Wednesday in what makes certain to be a charged conference.
” If were going to talk about class, which side are you going to pick? Donaldson stated, per Jesse Rogers of ESPN.
Donaldson continued, per ESPN AM 1000 in Chicago.
Donaldson opened the scoring with his first-inning home run, then Chicago took over with 7 runs to take a commanding lead.