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(CBS) Ozzie Guillen has had enough.
After the White Sox lost to the Royals for the fifth time this season — scoring just one run off of Bruce Chen — the White Sox manager went off in a profanity-laced tirade that has been building for months.
“To lose a (bleeping) game against Bruce Chen once again. That’s more painful than this one,” Guillen said. “(Bleeping) pathetic. No (bleeping) energy. We just go about the motions. We take the day off today.
“Nothing against Bruce Chen. I have a lot of respect for this kid. But the way we go about it, our approach at the plate, that’s not a good ballclub out there. (Bleep) it.”
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Guillen, who was sporting a shiner on his right cheek after getting hit by a foul ball Wednesday night, wasn’t done:
“A lot of people say that I talk (bleep) because I have to talk (bleep). No I don’t. I talk (bleep) because it’s what I see. That’s all I see. Very bad. Very bad,” he said. “The way we go about our business here? (Bleeping) horse(bleep). If we go to Cleveland that way? And we going to play New York, Boston and Detroit? Good luck.”