If you take in a White Sox game this summer, there's a good chance you'll see at least one of the following: a White Sox loss or an Ozzie Guillen ejection. If you were at U.S. Cellular Field on Monday night, you got to see both.
The 35-39 White Sox lost 6-3 to their cross-town rival Cubs in the series opener, but not without some Guillen fireworks. The skipper received his 27th career early shower in the sixth inning after arguing a questionable fair/foul call at the plate with Alexei Ramirez batting.
Guillen added a new twist to the ejection dance, as he opted to kick Cubs catcher Geovany Soto's mask during his tirade, as seen in the video below. Did Ozzie cross the line by kicking his opponent's equipment?
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