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Ozzie Guillen??!!!!!!!!

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Is this guy completely crazy or what is his problem?????

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"Ozzie Elia", the SSide version of 25 yrs ago.

And I don't know what the heck he is ranting about...Chitown has always been a Cub town and they should be used to it by now.

And even when the WSox got lucky in 05, they had a tough time filling the Cell.

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haha..a lot of truth in what he said, but he definatly went way over the top!

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yeah, i agree. the guy is crazy, i would have a tough time playing for a guy that throws everyone under the bus when talkin to the media. but, it's just my opninion...

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 Originally Posted By: genegodawa
"Ozzie Elia", the SSide version of 25 yrs ago.

And I don't know what the heck he is ranting about...Chitown has always been a Cub town and they should be used to it by now.

And even when the WSox got lucky in 05, they had a tough time filling the Cell.

Actually- I am going to go alot further. Aside from the gangsta rap fad of everyone wearing White Sox caps back in the early 90s- the entire country is more Cub fans. A ONE A TWO A THREE-----------

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Ozzie is a darn fool. I am so sick of his crybaby rants...hes has what one every couple of months. Cubs this, Piranahs that...Ozzie should show a little class for cripes sake!

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It is very, very bad when your manager allows Beurkle to wig out in the dugout. Very bad behavior coming from the ace of the staff

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Wig out is an understatement!! Man, he did some damage!! I would hope that something was said to Buehrle...when he cooled down of course and without that bat!!

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