David Robertson won’t discuss dispute with Angels skipper Mike Scioscia

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White Sox closer David Robertson won’t dwell on the dispute he had with Angels manager Mike Scioscia last week.

He won’t even say whether he’s still upset about the whole thing.

“That series,” he told the L.A. Times on Monday, “is over.”

After the second game of a three-game series against the Angels last week, Robertson called Scioscia “bush league” for standing near home plate to argue with umpires. Robertson said it prevented him from staying loose with practice pitches.

Scioscia responded by saying he tried to stay out of Robertson’s way. Robertson said Monday he hadn’t seen those comments.

“Like I said, that series is over,” he told the Times.

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