Ozzie is in Trouble Again

Ozzie Guillen left the Chicago White Sox after last season to become the new manager of the Miami Marlins.     He has led the Sox to World Series title in 2005, and outspokenness has earned him respect as well as controversy.     Guillen earned a five game suspension from the Marlins for supporting Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and admiring his staying power.       His statement was in Time magazine, and on Tuesday Guillen apologized in both English and Spanish.    Some people wanted Guillen fired for his comments, and many Cuban-Americans protested outside of the Marlins new ballpark.    Guillen made a statement that he admired Venezuela dictator Hugo Chavez, but despise his policies.    Ozzie Guillen is not boring he is refreshing and honest about how he feels about his team.   He has to win back the fans by leading Marlins to a World Series title, and do good things in the Miami area.

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