Originally posted on Fox Sports Florida  |  Last updated 10/2/12
MIAMI Ozzie Guillen knows he will be Miami's manager in Wednesday's season finale against the New York Mets. After that, Guillen can't say for sure. But he hopes he will be back next season with the Marlins and doesn't "expect them to do anything" regarding a move. Still, Guillen said he hasn't heard a word from Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria about his future. "Right now, I'm coming back (Wednesday) because they don't tell me anything (Tuesday)," Guillen said before Tuesday's next-to-last game of the season against the Mets. "Maybe (Wednesday), they make change. They don't want me back . That's up to Jeffrey. "Of course, I care. I'm proud. I'm a baseball man. I want to be back. Of course, I want to be back. If not, I don't sign a four-year contract. I sign a one-year contract. But it's up to the people that have to make the decision." The first year under Guillen hasn't been too good. The Marlins are in last place in the National League East with a 68-92 record. Loria declined to answer any questions about the Marlins before Tuesday's game other than to talk about Adam Greenberg, who will be pinch hit seven years after being hit by a pitch in his only major league at-bat. Greenberg on Tuesday signed a one-day contract. That's the feel-good story now surrounding the Marlins. Guillen is hopeful there soon won't be a feel-bad story for him. "I got a job," Guillen said. "At least I'm going to get paid for my job. I don't expect them to do anything, but you never know in life. One thing about it, if you worry and talk about it, you worry about too many things. Let them (the front office) worry about my situation." Guillen is leaving on vacation Thursday to Spain. He doesn't know if he will hear anything before he departs. If Guillen were to get fired, he sounded as if he would understand. "Why?" Guillen said. "Look at yourself in the mirror and say why. You're in last place. But it's not my department." There have been rumors Guillen could be let go. Marlins shortstop Jose Reyes said that comes with the territory. "Our season we went through, you're always going to hear rumors," said Reyes, who hopes Guillen stays. "But he's our manager." Asked if one year was enough for Guillen to have proven himself as Marlins manager, Guillen said it wasn't a true full season since the Marlins made a number of moves at midseason. They included trading top players Hanley Ramirez, Omar Infante and Anibal Sanchez. "They don't give me a year," Guillen said. "They give me three months, two months, because when they trade people this is a different team." Guillen, though, then said he wasn't being critical of the trades and was on board with them. Now, he hopes to stay on board with the Marlins. "It's up to them," Guillen said. "I hope not (that he will be fired). I like it here." Stayed tuned to see if Guillen soon still likes his situation. Chris Tomasson can be reached at christomasson@hotmail.com or on Twitter @christomasson
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