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To be fair, they had met while both were in college, but the relationship continued while one was with the Red Sox and the other was in the media.There were rumors about Hazel Mae during her time with NESN.But I personally don’t believe attacking anyone’s character, whether its Terry Francona, Theo Epstein, Josh Beckett or John Lackey…attacking anyone’s character is not going to make this team better.” Watney said the situation is so ugly, David Ortiz mentioned to her Wednesday it has him thinking about his future.host Michael Felger didn’t hold anything back on Wednesday, calling out owners, players and reporters.Felger & Mazz: Fallout At Fenway That included NESN’s Heidi Watney, who responded to Felger’s comments on Twitter.“I regret, in a way, even sending that Tweet yesterday because of what it stirred up, because people that weren’t listening didn’t know what was going on and now everyone’s chiming in.” She also clarified the story behind Carl Crawford’s “Go talk to the captain” comment and addressed Comcast’s Joe Haggerty’s comments on Twitter about her. I am not TMZ and I’m not interested in assassinating anyone’s character.” “I don’t have a beef with anyone, I was upset that Felger brought me into all of this mudslinging,” she said.“I don’t understand why Joe would even say that,” Watney said. “Because it really has gotten ugly over the last couple of days here.” One reason Felger called out the Boston media was how long it took for all the clubhouse shenanigans to come to light – specifically, pitchers drinking beer, eating fried chicken and playing video games in the clubhouse during games. How are we supposed to know who is eating fried chicken, supposedly, reportedly, and drinking beer during the game?
Heidi attended Clovis West High School in Fresno where she was an active athlete.
On Thursday, Watney joined “In the assassination of just about everyone’s character that’s involved remotely with the Red Sox these days, it seems, he brought my name in the mix and a rumor that I was linked to when I first got into town,” Watney said of Felger’s rant, which alluded to a relationship with Red Sox captain Jason Varitek. “So he (Felger) brings me into this cesspool of garbage that’s being thrown around here.” Watney said she texted Felger’s co-host Tony Massarotti, to find out why “you guys are bringing me into this.” She said Massarotti told her “nobody can control Felger.” Watney, who was listening to the show from her car, said Felger got worse and attacked her character.
“It’s not only hurting to hear rumors about yourself that (are) not true, years later, after the rumor even came about, but also to hear someone say ‘Oh you can’t even call yourself a reporter.'” Watney said she’s never met Felger, never seen him in the clubhouse or at Fenway Park. Watney told Toucher and Rich that she feels there is a “stigma” that goes with being a female covering the Red Sox and it’s “something you have to deal with.” “NESN’s policy has been not to comment on rumors and gossip and innuendo and I agree with that, because a lot of times you just give more fodder,” she said.
Varitek’s ex wife Karen, was extremely active with the Red Sox wives charitable endeavors.
The news of their divorce in 2008 surprised many in the community and the team.
She didn’t do much to discourage them, either, telling John Molori in 2005 “NESN has never put rules down to me about dating players, colleagues or anyone else.