Guillen admitted it was tougher to manage the Cubs than his White Sox.
“I think it’s easy to manage this side because they don’t expect us to win,” Guillen said.
Long familiar with the Chicago baseball scene, Guillen understands the unique challenges of managing on the North Side.
“The expectations on that side of town are higher,” Guillen said. “There’s no question about it.”
First, who the hell told you that? Second, don’t you have the whole expectations thing backwards? When the Sox don’t have a good team, attendance goes down. When the Cubs don’t have a good team attendance is the same (full). You may have whatever impression you have, but Sox fans do care about winning.