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Ozzie Guillén
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Ozzie Guillén

'Ozzie Guillen (born Oswaldo José Guillén Barrios''', January 20, 1964, Ocumare del Tuy, Venezuela), was a Chicago White Sox shortstop between 1985 and 1997. He also played for the Baltimore Orioles, Atlanta Braves and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays until his retirement in 2000.

As a player, Guillen was known for his passion, speed, and defensive abilities, but his love for the game still intact. He was hired in the 2003 offseason to replace Jerry Manuel as White Sox manager, after serving as third base coach of the world champion Florida Marlins. Guillen received a rousing ovation from the crowd of 37,706 Chicagoans when introduced before his first game as a manager at Comiskey Park (April 13, 2004).

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