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Oliva: Guillen should 'stick to baseball'

Former Twins star and Cuba native Tony Oliva says Ozzie Guillen "wasn't thinking" when he told TIME magazine that he loved and respected Cuban dictator Fidel Castro for staying alive despite so many people trying to kill him over the years. Oliva says Guillen "better stick to baseball and forget about politics."
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Former Twins star and Cuba native Tony Oliva says Ozzie Guillen "wasn't thinking" when he told TIME magazine that he loved and respected Cuban dictator Fidel Castro for staying alive despite so many people trying to kill him over the years. Oliva says Guillen "better stick to baseball and forget about politics."

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