Ozzie Guillen is having a hard time watching the Miami Marlins from afar.
Looking to bounce back from a late collapse in their last game, the Marlins play their final contest without their manager Sunday against the visiting Houston Astros.
Serving a five-game suspension for his comments about former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, Guillen told interim Miami manager Joey Cora that he suffered a headache while watching the Marlins (3-6) beat Houston 5-4 in 11 innings on Friday, Florida's first win in its new ballpark.
"He wants to be here badly," Cora said of Guillen, who will return for Tuesday's game against the Chicago Cubs.
Guillen might have been ready to pull out his hair Saturday if he watched the Marlins blow a three-run ninth-inning lead and lose 5-4 to the Astros. Carlos Lee drove in the tying run with a two-out single off struggling Miami closer Heath Bell, and an error by left fielder Logan Morrison allowed the go-ahead run to score as the Astros (4-4) sn...