Saturday, September 24, 2005


The 37th manager in White Sox history, Ozzie Guillen seems to have become over obsessed of winning the Fall Classic title. He has become so obsessed that he has decided of quitting his job as Sox manager if his team wins a World Series title this season. The team’s futility in producing a World Series victory since 1917 probably could have pressurized the responsible manager and it is pretty obvious for him to head up and do something nobody else did before.

Ozzie is not an escapist and we should understand his feelings and not underestimate him. He is not considering walking away because of the booing of Sox fans or unappreciative audience or job stress -- although he admits to sometimes spew after losses, but only because he wants to declare his withdrawal gracefully after accomplishing everything in his career.


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