Jackie Bradley Jr. hasn't been fan of Dennis Eckersley's analysis

August 09, 2015 - 3:07 pm

So Jackie Bradley Jr. had a big day Sunday, claiming five RBIs (one more than his season total) in the Red Sox' 7-2 win over the Tigers. He also claimed his second home run of the season. With the performance, Bradley Jr. raised his batting average to .148, with an OPS of .559. And after the game, the outfielder took to Twitter, suggesting he was not a fan of the analysis of NESN's Dennis Eckersley, who has been on both the pregame and postgame shows throughout the year, while recently filling in on the broadcasts with Don Orsillo.

While playing spectacular defense throughout his brief big league career, Bradley Jr. hasn't yet figured out major league pitching (Sunday's showing aside, of course). In 540 at-bats with the Red Sox he has a .191 batting average and .549 OPS. UPDATE: Bradley Jr. followed up with a tweet suggesting his first message was taken out of context.