On Sunday after the Royals took two of three from the White Sox in a weekend series, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen had the following to say:â†µ
"A very horse(bleep) road trip," Guillen said after the Sox paid the price for their 1-for-10 effort with runners in scoring position. "Disappointing, my (bleeping) (rear). Disappointing for (bleeping) managers that have patience. Very bad road trip.â†µ
"The way it ended was the way we started - very bad. No excuse. I don't give a (bleep) the way we lose, I don't care the way we win, we didn't get it done. This road trip was very important for us, and we played like (bleep).''â†µ
Guillen has now apologized to his team after they played three in 24 hours against the Royals.â†µ
''Those guys played, like, 33 innings in two days -- guys pitching three or four innings -- and you hear your manager say that, and it's not a good thing,'' he said. ''But I was upset. I look back on myself and say, 'Those guys give that to you, so how the hell are you talking about them like that?'''â†µ
He's just like a Royals fan: He gets really frustrated and lashes out, then eventually comes back.