The rift between former Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen and current GM Kenny Williams, led to their parting ways on the second to last day of the MLB season, but that doesn’t mean all the issues have been resolved. When MLB Network conceived of a “reality series” focusing on the relationship between Guillen, Williams and owner Jerry Reinsdorf, the idea sounded like must-see television. Especially with all the Ozzie versus Kenny tension.
The end result of “The Club” was boring watered down pablum which served only one purpose- giving you Sox headlines from 2-3 weeks ago. But enough with the boring stuff, the current Miami Marlins manager has something special in mind for his former employer.
In a series of tweets sent out Friday morning from Guillen’s personal Twitter account, Guillen says when he returns stateside, he will reveal the true story of what happened with his parting of ways with the White Sox. Guillen tweeted he will, “kill people’s feelings, no mercy” and that he will “speak the truth,” urging people to “put on seat belts.” (ht 670 The Score)
Sounds like goooooooooood watching. Get ready Sox fans. You know the track record of the Guillens on Twitter. Whether it’s the Bobby Jenks dismissal or the non-drafting of certain members of the family, they do not hold back.
Here are the screengrabs of Guillen’s tweets.
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