Ozzie Guillen interrupted a Cubs-themed talk show in order to troll the Cubs. (Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)
Ozzie Guillen interrupted a Cubs-themed talk show in order to troll the Cubs. (Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports)

WATCH: Former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen trolls Cubs


by - Senior Writer -

CHICAGO — Former Chicago White Sox shortstop and manager Ozzie Guillen has one of the most colorful personalities in the history of professional baseball, and he never shied away from calling out his rivals during his playing or managerial careers. Now the commentator for the Spanish-language radio broadcasts of White Sox games, Guillen called the 3-1 win obtained by the White Sox versus the rival Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on Tuesday, and, following the game, he took advantage of an opportunity to troll the Cubs.

During the broadcast of the Cubs-themed talk show Outside the Ivy, which airs on NBC Sports Chicago and is filmed near Wrigley Field, Guillen scurried onto the set and interrupted the hosts, telling them to "quit crying." Poking fun at the Cubs' loss, as well as the downtrodden attitudes of the show's panelists, Guillen made fake crying noises and rubbed his eyes like a baby before having a good chuckle and scooting off the set. Clearly not fond of the Cubs, the animated former skipper did not miss out on a chance to have fun at the expense of the North Siders.

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