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Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen removes pitcher Scott Linebrink against the New York Yankees
Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen (C) takes out pitcher Scott Linebrink as catcher Ramon Castro walks to the mound during the ninth inning against the New York Yankees at U. S. Cellular Field in Chicago on August 2, 2009. The Yankees won 8-5. UPI/Brian Kersey
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Oswaldo José Guillén Barrios (born January 20, 1964), well known as Ozzie Guillén (Spanish pronunciation: ), is a former professional baseball player and current manager of the Chicago White Sox. Born in Ocumare Del Tuy, Venezuela, he played in Major League Baseball as a shortstop for the White Sox (1985–97), Baltimore Orioles (1998), Atlanta Braves (1998–1999) and Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2000). He batted left-handed and threw right-handed. As a player, Guillén was regarded for his passion, speed, hustle, intensity and defensive abilities and his ebullient love for the game. He is the first Latin American manager in major league history to have won a World Series.

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