Seriously, when will this organization learn to keep it's collective mouths shut? First it was GM Kenny Williams
, spouting off about Jon Rauch's hasty exit from the clubhouse after a bad performance; now it's Ozzie Guillen
. This time it's stemming from the incedent that landed him a two-game suspension.
Ozzie has continued to spout off. He calls Hunter Wendlestedt a liar in this Daily Herald article
"He lied to Major League Baseball. He lied to Mr. (Bob) Watson (vice president of on-field operations). He lied to Mr. (Sandy) Alderson (executive vice president of baseball operations)," Guillen said. "That's why I'm more upset about it. I wasn't upset at two games. That's up to themæ...
"To me you are another body on the field. When you are a major-league manager, people have to show a little more respect than what we get. I don't blame them for suspending me, but the guy lied. Whatever his name is ... Hunter. He lied."
Even more troubling is Ozzie doesn't seem concerned how his actions are going to effect his team in the future.
"If we have trouble every time I see him ... good, I'll take the chance," Guillen said. "I don't like people when they lie. You are not a real man when you lie about something, especially when you write it down. That really bugs me."
Yep, That's really gonna help the team Oz. Thanks.