“I think (Buehrle) earned that spot because of the respect and the love we have for him,” Guillen said Sunday at Camelback Ranch. “I hope he doesn’t throw another no-hitter – please don’t – because we were in first place when that happened, and I don’t have to hear Hawk (Harrelson) calling it all winter. That was the only good thing we did.”
Guillen was referring to Buehrle’s perfect game on July 23 against Tampa Bay last season. From that point, Buehrle won two of his next 13 starts and the White Sox went 29-38, finishing 7.5 games out of first place.
February 21, 2010
Ozzie Guillen doesn’t want any no-hitters
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