Ozzie Guillen: 5 Signs It May Be Time for a White Sox Managerial Change

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Ozzie Guillen: 5 Signs It May Be Time for a White Sox Managerial Change
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Since Ozzie Guillen came around in 2004 to take over as White Sox manager, we have seen it all: countless tirades, hysterically funny moments and a World Series title.

But with the White Sox fading faster into oblivion than they have at any point during the 2011 season, it seems it's time for some shaking up. Ozzie Guillen may fall victim first.

No White Sox fan loves Ozzie more than I do, but it's clear that something needs to change. It has been three long years since the Southsiders have made it to the playoffs, and if this season is any indicator, they may be staying home for the next few Octobers.

Though Guillen has taken the White Sox to new frontiers, the magic is gone. As the days go by, the fanbase, management and Guillen himself become angrier.

Before the organization self-destructs, something must be done. As sad as it may be to some White Sox fans, Ozzie's days are numbered.

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