Over the weekend, we told you about some remarks that Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen made to TIME magazine recently about the respect he has for Fidel Castro. Shortly after those comments came out, the Marlins sent out an apology from both the team and Guillen. Guillen didn't exactly take back what he said—surprise, surprise!—but he did apologize "if I hurt somebody's feelings or I hurt somebody's thought."
It sounds like one apology just isn't enough, though. After experiencing several sleepless nights because of the comments—and tons of public backlash—Guillen is reportedly set to apologize again during a press conference at Marlins Park tomorrow. He's going to fly back to Miami tonight after the Marlins game against the Phillies in order to issue his second apology.
Let's just hope it's a little more sincere than the first one. Otherwise, there's a very real chance that his stint as Marlins manager might be over before it ever really gets started.
[via Sports Illustrated]
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