The Marlins might have reached their lowest point of the season Saturday with a 7-1 loss. After the
game, third baseman Hanley Ramirez, for the first time in his career, initiated a players-only meeting. Manager Ozzie Guillen said he did not talk to players after Saturday's game "because I might say the
wrong thing and tomorrow I might regret it. But Guillen vented to reporters after Miami's 15th loss in its
last 17 games. "If we are the problem, my coaching staff, myself, then speak up. That's easy. ... But in the meanwhile,
they're the ones who perform and we are not performing the way we should." Guillen, who never raised his voice during his postgame media session, said he is being patient with his
team because he knows they have talent to win, citing their 21-8 record in May. But there were signs his
patience might not last much longer unless the team starts to win. "They haven't seen how I can get. That's why I try to be patient, be talking very normal he...