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Chicago Sun Times:
Carlos Zambrano, the pending ex-Cub pitcher, and Ozzie Guillen, the freshly ex-White Sox manager, recently talked by phone about fulfilling widespread speculation about Zambrano pitching for the Miami Marlins and their new manager, according to a report in Venezuelan publication El Nacional. Guillen told the Sun-Times on the day he was named Marlins manager last week that he had talked with front-office officials about some potentially available players from Chicago, presumably including Zambrano, a longtime family friend of the Guillens. Zambrano, who cleaned out his locker and quit on the team in August after a bad start in Atlanta, has …
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Ozzie Guillen is in Miami. The Marlins need starting pitching. Carlos Zambrano is a starter. Zambrano is good friends with Guillen and needs out of Chicago.
Whether the next logical step is in the Marlins’ best interest is debatable.
Rumors have begun flying about Zambrano landing in South Florida. In Sunday’s edition of El Nacional, Ignacio Serrano writes in his column that...
HBT: New Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen reaches out to Carlos Zambrano about possibly joining him in Florida.
According to the Venezuelan-based El Nacional, Ozzie Guillen recently spoke by phone to Cubs right-hander Carlos Zambrano about becoming a Marlin.
Carlos Zambrano, the pending ex-Cub pitcher, and Ozzie Guillen, the freshly ex-White Sox manager, recently talked by phone about fulfilling widespread speculation about Zambrano pitching for the Miami Marlins and their new manager, according to a report in Venezuelan publication El Nacional. Guillen...
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By: Chris Jaffe
It was a rough week for managers who won a World Series title in the 21st century. Three skippers—Jack McKeon, Ozzie Guillen, and Terry Francona—who between them have won four of the last eight world titles, all left the teams with which they won it all.
Granted, none of them was fired exactly. McKeon stepped down voluntarily. Guillen initiated his departure from...
Talking baseball while marveling at Devin Hester : 1) Ozzie Guillen is gone. The front office that invested $660.3 million of Jerry Reinsdorf’s money to win one playoff game over the last six seasons remains intact. Is this a good thing?