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Ozzie's future up to family?

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08:40 AM ET 09.25 | If the White Sox don't have any firm plans for Ozzie Guillen past the 2011 season and their option for 2012, Guillen said he would assess his future with his family before making a decision on his status. "I'm not going to make my decision just by my feelings," Guillen said Friday. "Maybe I say, 'OK, let's go another year, and we'll see what happens.' I'll be working here or there or somewhere. I might not be managing, but I'll be making money out of baseball. Easy.

Chicago Tribune

Ozzie Guillen, AP Ozzie Guillen, AP
September 25, 2010  11:15 AM ET
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2012 can't come fast enough. Both you and Selig will be out of baseball.

even manny could be too

September 25, 2010  12:22 PM ET
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even manny could be too

Unless his "doctor" can find him another syringe... er.... fountain of youth.

September 25, 2010  01:21 PM ET

"I might not be managing, but I'll be making money out of baseball." Yes a a mascot for a minor league team. People love clowns and this jerkwad is the biggest clown is all of sports. Good luck riding the buses.

September 25, 2010  02:06 PM ET

maybe he could work on the media, as a comentarist!

September 25, 2010  05:33 PM ET
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maybe he could work on the media, as a comentarist!

What exactly is a "comentarist"?

September 26, 2010  12:01 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

What exactly is a "comentarist"?

Something to do with the prolotariat and the means of production. And stuff.

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September 26, 2010  11:35 AM ET
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Both Guillen and Williams will be back. Reinsdorf won't fire either.

You get what you pay for....

September 26, 2010  11:40 AM ET

Who gives a darn about Ozzie anyway? This guy is in the news every day talking about his job. Instead he ought to be concentrating on just winning games. If he wants to be in the entertainment field let him get a talk show. Just go away.

September 26, 2010  02:07 PM ET

And if his family tells The Oz to keep managing, what does that tell you as to the type of quality time his family desires with this hot-head?

 
September 27, 2010  08:08 AM ET

He got them their first World Series since 1959 for crying out loud. He obviously must go.

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