Trouble brewing?

DETROIT It was back in early April, right after Ozzie Guillens second-consecutive ejection by umpire Phil Cuzzi, that the White Sox manager made his feelings known.

I don’t like that guy behind the plate, Guillen said then. And I’m going to let him know. I don’t like him. He don’t like me, I don’t like him. It’s one reason is, if you don’t like me as a man and what I do, I respect that. But if you don’t like me, and all of a sudden you’re going to take it out on my players, you’re wrong. That’s unprofessional.

And I just let him know I don’t like him the first day I see him, and I think he feels the same way about me. And we have to move on. Every time he’s behind the plate, we might have a problem. We might. We have. I think the last couple times behind the plate, we have a problem. And he tried to be smart with me, and I do what I have to do, and he does what he has to do. But I don’t like him, and he don’t like me. And I got a good sleep last night. I will spend all my money for him. I don’t care. But obviously, we don’t like each other.

Well guess who is scheduled to be behind the plate on Thursday? Mr. Cuzzi, come on down!

Guillen, however, was singing a different tune on Wednesday night. He had a talk with umpire Ed Montague and came away feeling a bit better about the Cuzzi situation.

He has a job to do and I have a job to do, Guillen said.

He didnt expect any problems in the series finale against Detroit.

Then again, that remains to be seen

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