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Topic - So Guillen
Ozzie Guillen's eight years as manager of the Chicago White Sox were never dull. His pre-game briefings were great theater. Opinions flew, so did four-letter words, brazen answers, often raucous laughter and interesting yarns.
"No regrets, no regrets," Guillen said. "Very disappointed in this year, yes."
"It could be anybody. They sound like they are interested," Guillen said. "They just let me go to talk to whoever I want, anyone I want. Right now, a lot of people are talking about Florida because as a team, a lot of rumors are out there."