On the day he returned from a team-imposed five-game suspension, Miami Marlinsmanager Ozzie Guillen said Tuesday he will now be on an indefinite self-imposed probation.
Meeting the media for the first time since he apologized to the Cuban American community for praising Cuban dictator Fidel Castro’s ability to stay in power for so long, the former longtime Chicago White Sox player and manager continued to say he is sorry.
“I put myself on probation … me, nobody else,” Guillen said. “It’s probation about growing up and being better, and be careful to not trust too many people. That was my problem.”
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