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August 29, 2009

Ozzie unloads

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ August 29, 2009 5:36 pm

Ozzie Guillen:

“I’m embarrassed, and everybody in that room should be embarrassed. If they’re not embarrassed, they got the wrong job, or they’re stealing money from baseball. I feel like I’m stealing the money from [White Sox chairman] Jerry [Reinsdorf], and that’s a shame. When you’ve got more errors than hits, you better look yourself in the mirror and start second-guessing yourself. But I’m second-guessing myself right now, making the wrong lineup every day. I second-guess myself bringing in the wrong guys to pitch, second-guess myself [in that] we work so hard to put this team together, all the way from Spring Training, and when I look on the field … It gets to the point where [if] you are a veteran player — and I have a lot of respect for them — you appreciate what they [have done] for you in the past, but this is not Major League Baseball, sorry.”


“I was making the lineup today and started to laugh. I just finished making the lineup minutes ago and started laughing because when you only got one hit and three errors, it’s not easy to pencil people in. It’s not.”

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