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...but this story's still pretty funny.
Before he was ejected during the second inning of a 5-4 White Sox victory over the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday, Ozzie Guillen decided to have some fun at the city of Cleveland's expense.
Warning: Cleveland sports fans should turn away now...
What'd he do?
He took a baseball, signed both sides (side one is on the right), and tossed it to a Cleveland fan in the stands. According to the Dan LeBatard show (where the story was first reported), the fan might've taken issue to what was written (if you've been following the LeBron James sweepstakes, you can understand why).
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Unless you're normally afraid of awesome.
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And a few... well... words won't do their outfits justice...
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But there is one category he leads in that could become a problem: innings pitched.More »