Celebrity Rogue #12: James McManus’s Ozzie Guillen

The Rogue's Baseball Dictionary - Arguing the Call

It might surprise you that the latest RBI term comes from writer Jim McManus, a devout White Sox fan, but its content is no shocker to the rest of us. This time out, McManus is preaching truth about some revisionist history.

Ozzie Guillen

A supposedly solid player and student of the game who was actually an inconsistent shortstop and banjo hitter with a big mouth–and an even bigger strike zone–during his once promising but ultimately forgettable career.

McManus is the author of numerous kick-ass books, including Positively Fifth Street and Physical: An American Checkup. His latest, Cowboys Full: The Story of Poker, hits stores in late October.

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