Ozzie Guillen is, for the moment, out of a job. I have no idea if anyone is going to give him another shot at managing a team in the Majors in the not-too-distant future.
Here you have a guy who can win ballgames. He has a proven track record, one that is better than .500 and that might make him attractive enough to hire once again. Is it really fair to judge him for his knuckleheaded ways and his big mouth? Isn't that the distraction that keeps people from realizing that he can relate to ballplayers and get them to play hard? Or is it unfair to point out that the Marlins spread around a lot of money and didn't get much in return?
How is that Ozzie's fault?