Accountability Lacking
John Lackey
(Barry Chin / Boston Globe Staff)

Lackey Is Too Chicken to Talk About Pitchers of Beer

"I guess. Sure." -- John Lackey goes in depth in acknowledging mistakes were made

Shaughnessy Catches Up with Lackey at JetBlue
Lack Would Rather Blame the Media than Step Up and Accept Responsibility
Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word... The 'R' Word? Not So Much
Schilling Rips Lackey for 'Who He Is' on EEI

"It was tough for a couple of us that got kind of thrown out there. You kind of wonder where those kind of things come from, first of all. It got blown out of proportion pretty big. I saw Josh a few times during the offseason. What can you do? Even talking about it right now is stupid, because it's just bringing it back up. ... All you're doing is re-hashing it. It kind of went away until you, right now. ... Guys having a beer after their start has been going on for the last 100 years. This is retarded. It's not like we were sitting up there doing it every night. It’s not even close to what people think. ... They [media] just see how far they can go..." -- John Lackey... will go to his grave blaming the messengers

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