Found January 22, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
You didn’t really think new Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen was going to remain quiet while a former player trashed him, did you? Of course not.
Guillen fired off several tweets Friday in response to White Sox pitcher Jake Peavy who accused him of quitting on the team last year (Ozzie walked away with two games left in the season). Peavy was upset that Ozzie said the pitcher quit on the team, so he turned the tables. Now Ozzie has responded.
Here are all the tweets he sent on Friday:
I kill people’s feelings, put your seat belt on, and I did not quit. Does that mean Ozzie was forced out? That he was told to leave? I guess we’ll find out the truth. Either way, put your seat belt on to see what happens next.
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