Among the most expensive new faces brought to Miami this last offseason, Ozzie Guillen was probably the cheapest in salary but brought the most baggage.
You could point the blame towards a number of different people within the Marlins organization for the failure in their first season as the Miami Marlins.
The Marlins ownership and baseball scouts decided Hanley Ramirez wasn't worth the headache and decided to ship him out to Los Angeles. They also shipped out Omar Infante and Anibal Sanchez to Detroit for some hopeful prospects in Jacob Turner and Rob Brantly.
You could point the blame at the players who seemingly underperformed while they were here. Hanley Ramirez (while he was in Miami), Josh Johnson, Heath Bell, Carlos Zambrano amongst others played less than expected.
The person you could blame the most for the Marlins terrible play is manager Ozzie Guillen. The outspoken manager who came to Miami with the intention of winning a championship will now finish the season in last place.
Here are five of the biggest blunders Ozzie Guillen has made in his first season as manager for the Marlins.