Chicago White Sox: Ozzie Guillen says he’s not retired

Vincent Parise
CHICAGO, IL - JULY 27: Ozzie Guillen, former manager of the Chicago White Sox, sits in the stands before the game between the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on July 27, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images)
CHICAGO, IL - JULY 27: Ozzie Guillen, former manager of the Chicago White Sox, sits in the stands before the game between the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on July 27, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images) /
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The Chicago White Sox had a lot of success with Ozzie Guillen at the helm.

The Chicago White Sox have a lot of fun people around their organization. There are great media members and former players that help make this team fun to watch all the time. One of those is Ozzie Guillen. Although, he means so much more to White Sox fans than a media member or a former player even though he is both of those things now. He was the manager that brought a championship to Chicago for the first time in almost a century.

There is no doubt that all White Sox fans love Ozzie. He is fun, smart, and absolutely loves this team just as much as any fan. It is awesome to listen to him talk about this team right now because he believes very strongly in what they are doing. He sees something in a lot of these players and our fans seeing that should be a sight for sore eyes.

This guy knew how to use a lineup with much less talent and get them to the promised land back in 2005 when the White Sox won the World Series. Well, Ozzie took to Twitter on Monday and he made it very clear that he is not retired from managing. He clearly wants to be back in baseball as a manager and he very well might someday.

We don’t know how things are going to pan out with Rick Renteria but if things don’t work out, they could absolutely roll with Ozzie. It seems like whatever issues were there with the organization and Guillen back in the day are fixed now. It makes you wonder if Rick Hahn had anything to do with it but the message is that he seems like he wants to manage this team again someday.

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Well, what if another Major League team came calling? It was painful to see him managing the Miami Marlins after his White Sox coaching tenure but we know he deserves the chance. If another team came calling we would absolutely have to support him when he is not playing the White Sox. This is a fun guy to have around and hopefully, he is able to manage again someday if that is what his heart truly desires.

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