There weren't enough beers and sleeping pills in Milwaukee to calm Ozzie Guillen down last night.
After Marlins closer Heath Bell blew a save in the bottom of the 10th inning by giving up two runs and Miami lost 13-12 to the Brewers, Guillen went off and ripped his pitching staff for giving up 13 runs in the game. He was also quick to make sure that reporters didn't place blame for the loss squarely on Bell.
"Make sure Miami people don't [expletive] Bell," he yelled [Ed. note: Need a fun drinking game for the 4th of July? Take a shot for every time we have to bleep Ozzie from here on out. Annnnnnnd...GO!]. "Bell gave up two runs. How about the rest of the [expletive] 10 or 12 runs they scored? That's why this [expletive] game is not [expletive] fair."
He didn't stop there, either. "It's Ozzie talking [expletive]? No. It's Ozzie talking the truth, about how [expletive] we were before that [expletive] inning. Put that [expletive] down!"
Oh, and in case you don't quite understand how he felt about the game—or you just haven't had your fill of shots yet—Ozzie had a little more to say, too. "I think that was a very [expletive] big league baseball game, both sides. The only good thing about it for [Milwaukee], they win. Very bad pitching…errors all over the place. We finished up the game the way we started—very bad."
Well, okay then. Why don't you tell us how you really feel, Ozzie?