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Ozzie Guillén: from Baseball Coach to a Culture’s Icon.

I'm a huge baseball fan and a follower of the Chicago’s White Sox. I’m always looking for articles in relation to the White Sox’s coach,Ozzie Guillén. There is handful of them, and they are frequently involved with controversy. I’ have followed Ozzie ever since he was a shortstop for the White Sox. It is worth mentioning that Guillénbecame the first Latin-born manager to win a World Series in 2005. Guillén is well known for his communication skills. He speaks his mind and is not afraid of the consequences of his comments. Inother words, Ozzie tells it like it is. He has created great controversy over the past years due to his language usage and his point of views on Major League Baseball’s matters. Perhaps he is using hisposition as White Sox’s Manager to get the attention needed and express himself globally. In Chicago, Ozzie is a respected and the face of the Chicago’s White Sox and possibly on of the greatestmotivators in Baseball nowadays. But like most things, there is a downside. If Ozzie is not happy about something, he tends to let everyone know about it (starting with the media). His latest and moreremarkable observation, which I chose as my article, was in regards the Major League Baseball franchises’ treatment towards Latinos. A few weeks ago, Ozzie told the media his disappointment concerning thebetter treatment the Asian players are receiving by their MLB franchise in comparison to Latin America players.” Why do we have Japanese interpreters and we don't have a Spanish one?", was one ofGuillén’s arguments. "Why do they have that privilege and we don't? Don't take this wrong, but they take advantage of us”, Guillén disputed. Ozzie was criticized by many of the league’s players, coaches,high management and owners. In the other hand, he gained popularity and respect among the Latin American players and those of other nationalities, mostly minorities. After Ozzie’s comments, The...