MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Carlos Lee and Ozzie Guillen are already on the same page.
"Ozzie is a good manager," Lee said before the Miami Marlins played the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday. "All he wants is for you also to play the game right. I feel the same way."
The Marlins acquired Lee from the Houston Astros in a trade on Wednesday.
Guillen and Lee were together one year with the Chicago White Sox. Now Guillen looks for Lee to provide offensive punch and veteran leadership.
Lee knows that Guillen is intense and passionate about the game.
"In Chicago, that was the way he was," Lee said. "He let you play and make sure you play the game right."
Lee spent his first five seasons with Chicago under Jerry Manuel. Guillen took over for the 2004 season.
With Lee's help, Guillen steered the White Sox to a second-place finish in the AL Central.
Lee, who played left field, batted .305 in 153 games that season. He hit 31 home runs and drove in 99 RBIs. While a White Sox, he never drove in les...