The always candid Ozzie Guillen revealed recently to ESPN that when he interviewed for the Chicago White Sox manager job in 2003, he was blackout drunk from a night of partying.
Michael Jordan stepped away from basketball to pursue a career in baseball back in 1993. However, even when MJ was playing baseball for the Chicago White Sox organization, he was still very concerned with maintaining his reputation as the greatest basketball player of all time. At least according to former White Sox player and manager […]
Ozzie Guillen is best known for being an outspoken baseball manager, not a basketball player. But there was a time he had a chance to prove himself on the court against Michael Jordan. The former major league skipper learned that day...Show More Summary
Ozzie Guillen, who led the Chicago White Sox to the 2005 World Series title, was hired Wednesday to manage the La Guaira Sharks of the Venezuelan Winter League next offseason.
“Believe: The Story of the 2005 White Sox,” debuts Sunday at 7 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet. The 90-minute film is narrated by South Side native Mandy Patinkin and features notables from Ozzie Guillen to Kenny Williams and Paul Konerko. [ more › ]
Election season is over, but that didn’t stop Kenny Williams from endorsing an unlikely candidate Saturday.
The vote was unanimous as Abreu became the first White Sox to win Rookie of the Year honors since Ozzie Guillen in 1985. [ more › ]
Frank Thomas doesn't seem like the kind of guy you'd want to mess with. But Ozzie Guillen, his teammate at the beginning and boss near the end of Thomas' career, said teasing from teammates in the clubhouse fueled the Big Hurt's fire on the field. "We'd make fun of him and that would make him better," Guillen said. Show More Summary
Guillen certainly earned his bona fides while managing the Sox, but his 'Ozzie being Ozzie' routine wore thin the first time around. [ more › ]
i wish i was a cat lol lol pic.twitter.com/E55g2QUyXH — Ozzie Guillen FND (@OzzieGuillen) April 22, 2014 Don't we all Ozzie? Don't we all. One has plenty of time to ponder things when they're away from the daily constraints of managing baseball. Show More Summary
Some stories stick with you. These ones did not. A few years ago -- maybe in 2004 or something -- there was an Ozzie Guillen/Fidel Castro fiasco. Do you remember that? It was a big deal. A really, really big deal. It was the kind ofShow More Summary
Once in 1986, my mom came back from Price Club with a box of Topps. I still remember the joy and disbelief. A whole box? Man, that was some memory. I'll never forget the first Ozzie Guillen rookie card I scored. Or the first Harold Reynolds rookie. Show More Summary
Ozzie Guillen rumors are claiming he is considering managing either the Chicago Cubs or the Detroit Tigers. Good thing the Detroit Lions are in the NFL, or Ozzie Guillen might want to mange them as well! As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Ozzie Guillen was fired by the Miami Marlins and then replaced with Mike... Show More Summary
Former big-league manager Ozzie Guillen chipped in with his two cents on the travails of Alex Rodriguez and just how the designated heir to baseball’s home-run crown could fall so far, earning a 211-game suspension from Major League Baseball on … Continue reading ?
Ozzie Guillen reviews books, soccer player goes on honeymoon, Floyd Mayweather picks LeBron over Jordan.
Ozzie Guillen is probably the most outspoken manager in Major League Baseball history. From his infamous rants to the media to the play of his players on the field, Guillen always seems to find a way to make the headlines. CurrentlyShow More Summary
This is the first Sports Media Notebook that I'm writing for Awful Announcing. If you're not familiar with my work at Fang's Bites, the notebook is an opportunity to provide a mix of stories, links and analysis all into one post. I hope you like it. Show More Summary
How's this for interesting? A sticker book from the 1987 Venezuelan winter league? It's chock full of players you know, like Greg Maddux, a boyish Omar Vizquel, Ozzie Guillen, Norm Charlton, Dave Concepcion, Vic Davalillo (still playing at 50!), Luis Salazar and a svelte-looking Cecil Fielder.
If you've followed professional baseball over the last decade, you're likely familiar with the name Ozzie Guillen. One of the more outspoken managers in the sport, Guillen is the first Latino manager in the history of Major League Baseball...Show More Summary