It's been a good month since we've had a good ol' Ozzie Guillen rant. So thanks to the Detroit reporter who asked Guillen if he was feeling pressure because of the White Sox's disappointing first half.
"Pressure about what, getting fired?" Guillen said. "I don't give a [bleep] if I get fired. I'm the only manager in baseball who [bleeping] don't care about getting fired. I don't at all. If I get fired, it's [because] I don't do the job, I don't know where or why or what I do, but no. I should get fired. Look at the team they give me, and we not playing well. I will take that. I think people think I no do a good job with this ballclub, I don't mind.
"You know what? Every time I go home I feel satisfied with what I supposed to do. I think I put the energy, passion, love for this ballclub. Hopefully this ballclub gets better to make me look better. If the ballclub play good, I'm a great manager. No?"
Guillen is signed through 2012, so he can't feel too much pressure, because he'll still get paid. And as soon as he is out of Chicago, we know Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria will have no qualms about firing whoever is managing his team whenever Guillen becomes available.For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsmlb on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.