The Ozzie Guillen story only gets more colorful with the passage of time. On Wednesday, the White Sox manager got himself ejected from a game in New York after an on-field argument, and when he retired to the clubhouse, he immediately took to Twitter, posting the following messages:
This one going to cost me a lot money this is patetic
Today a tough guy show up a yankee stadium
Surprise! You're not allowed to do that. Major League Baseball disapproved of Guillen's actions, and on Friday afternoon, they've given him a punishment. According to the MLB_PR Twitter account, Guillen has been suspended for two games and fined an undisclosed amount of money, with the punishment being due to both Guillen Tweeting during a game in progress, and the content of said Tweets.
This isn't the first time Guillen has been suspended by the league, nor, I imagine, will it be the last. His behavior continues to rub many in the White Sox organization the wrong way, but from an outsider's perspective, I gotta say, baseball's a lot more entertaining when Ozzie Guillen is a part of it.