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Not breaking news: Wrigley Field makes Ozzie Guillen puke

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ozzieguillen.jpgTwo days ago, I asked an unabashed Cub fan and valued co-worker if there was any intrigue left in the upcoming White Sox-Cubs interleague series.

Sure, he said. He never gets sick of sticking it to White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen. I'd anticipate a great many of his Cub brethren would echoes those sentiments, especially in light of Guillen's latest comments about venerable Wrigley Field.

"Wrigley Field? I puke every time I go there. I'm just being honest.

''If Cubs fans don't like the way I talk about Wrigley Field ... I don't say anything about their fans, but Wrigley Field? They have to respect my opinion because that's the way I feel. A lot of great people are working there, the clubhouse people working there -- I wish they had a better clubhouse. But besides that, it's exciting when the game starts. Of course it's exciting because that's one of the best; it's always crowded. But besides that, it's terrible.''

Are these fighting words or old, rehashed words? Do they do anything for your level of excitement regarding the upcoming series? Are you sick of hearing about the conditions on the North side from a guy who spends exactly three days a year there?

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Lets be honest, they had to edit that for clarity. Ozzie doesn't speak that well of English. Puke it up Ozzie.

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