Anyway, here's what the internet has to say about Ozzie...
Yes. Yes, he did. *sigh*
I can't tell if this is a joke about two managers over-managing or a way to point out general bullpen ineptitude while completely ignoring the idea that managers in baseball are dumb people who try and do too much. I'll give Kernan credit for the joke, since he isn't usually good at those.
James T. Bondman posits that Edward Mujica's injury in the 8th inning is the result of Ozzie Guillen taking Josh Johnson out in the 7th inning. You'll have to forgive Mr. Bondman, as he just finished watching The Butterfly Effect, like, an hour before he tweeted this. But, if Josh Johnson stayed in the game and pitched the 8th, then he might've been hit with that line drive. So, really, Ozzie Guillen may have actually saved Josh Johnson and, ultimately, the Miami Marlins season. I say we throw a parade.
Matt S. actually does some investigative reporting, sneaking into the Guillen household in the middle of the night to get some juicy gossip. Did you get a picture, Matt S.? I'd send it to Deadspin. They pay money for that type of thing.
Well, now, this just seems excessive...
Okay, I take that back, Raymond Fernandez. THIS just seems excessive.
Paul Bianchi doesn't use Twitter to vent his frustrations, like those last two gentlemen. (He might not have even been watching the game.) Instead, he uses social media, along with current events and a natural wit, to audition for his favorite late night talk show. Keep at it, young Paul Bianchi. I'm pullin' for ya.
I really really really really really really really hope he answers this.
I might make that a t-shirt.