Ozzie era ends in Chicago

It’s a sad day for Twins fans who enjoy jeering -- or cheering -- Chicago manager Ozzie Guillen. He is out as the White Sox manager, and probably headed to Florida next year. It was Guillen who famously referred to the Twins as “the little Piranha’s” a few years ago.
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It’s a sad day for Twins fans who enjoy jeering -- or cheering -- Chicago manager Ozzie Guillen. He is out as the White Sox manager, and probably headed to Florida next year. It was Guillen who famously referred to the Twins as “the little Piranha’s” a few years ago.

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