Things used to be a lot easier for Ozzie Guillen.
He was a slick-fielding shortstop that won the 1985 AL Rookie of the Year award, all while sporting arguably the best uniform of the 1980s (see above).
He won a World Series in 2005 with his beloved Pale Hose, sticking it to their bitter crosstown cosmopolitan rivals, the Cubs.
Then he broke his contract, took the money and absconded to Miami, where the smear of the loathsome Jeffrey Loria tainted Ozzie’s passion for baseball into something more closely resembling zealotry.
After the Castro comments, taking potshots at Bryce Harper and failing to get through to Hanley Ramirez, Ozzie’s
Florida Miami career is off to a woozy start.