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May 30, 2010

Ozzie Guillen refused Kenny Williams’ attempts to add players multiple times

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ May 30, 2010 2:50 pm
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here’s Ozzie:

“I remember telling Kenny 20 times, ‘I like what we have. I think we are OK. Don’t add any more players.’ “He kept calling me every week. Well, I guess Kenny knew more than I do because he said he wanted to add someone else and I was,’No, no, no.'”

Ozzie says now June is Judgment Month:

“It’s going to be a month that is going to show [general manager] Kenny [Williams], ‘OK, we add or we subtract,'” Guillen said. “What way are we going to go? Or we going to move people or add people to help?

“That’s what I call this month. I want to keep those guys, but in the meanwhile, if we keep playing like that, Kenny has a job to do and [White Sox assistant general manager] Rick [Hahn] have a job to do. They have to do what they have to do.

“We have to play good for them and make it tough for them to make decisions,” Guillen said. “Right now, the way we are playing, it’s easy to make decisions. We have not performed the way we thought. When you play good, make them think about it and say, ‘Wow. What are we going to do?’ That’s what I expect the players to do to make this month very good and hopefully they can stay good.”

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