Im sure you guys are aware that, much to the dismay of his GM Kenny Williams, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen is on Twitter.

Guillen says he won’t let his new micro-blogging habit interfere with baseball, and he doesn’t understand the hoopla surrounding his use of the service if so many other baseball people are on it.

In case you wondered whether or not this was the real Guillen behind the thumbs, it really is him tweeting from his phone… and as most predicted, it’s gold.

From his typos, to his use of Spanglish, to his attempts to remain politically neutral regarding his native Venezuela. So far however, the best ones are in Spanish…

To wit:

Estoy lleno un anisito no cae mal ustedes que viene prendan fosforos about 12 hours ago via txt

(I’m stuffed a little licorice drink wouldn’t hurt you guys headed over here light some matches)

Tengo 15 dias sin tomar pero provoca una polarcita about 14 hours ago via txt

(It’s been 15 days without a drink but im craving me some polar)

[Polar is like the Budweiser of Venezuela]

Esperando a joey oney y andrew jones para empezar la parrillada 4:57 PM Feb 24th via txt

(Waiting on joey oney and andrew jones to start the grill)

One Response to “Ozzie Guillen’s Spanish tweets son oro sólido

  1. Guillen is an ass clown. I’m embarrassed he’s from my city.

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