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Ozzie Guillen claps again at Josh Donaldson for 'cheater' feedback; Suggests a profession in WWE


Josh Donaldson could wish to prep for an look on “RAW.”

The Twins infielder has been waging a one-man warfare in opposition to sticky-substance customers since information of MLB’s strict policing of the stuff got here down simply over a month in the past. He set his sights on Yankees’ ace Gerrit Cole, then most just lately drew the ire of White Sox No. 1, Lucas Giolito.

Previous to the White Sox-Twins matchup on Tuesday, Donaldson took to the microphone as soon as once more to label Giolito a de facto cheater, to which former Sox supervisor and present TV analyst (and famous unfastened cannon) Ozzie Guillen responded in a typical Guillen means:

Sure, I did not receives a commission, you was a greater participant than me, however you by no means may have one among these (exhibits World Sequence ring). I acquired three of them, papi. Three. Three. And you ought to be ashamed of your self, making all that cash. The Minnesota Twins carry up you to win, and so they worsen and worse with you. Goodbye, good luck, brother. Nonetheless making your cash. You understand what your subsequent profession shall be? WWE. They’re going to be ready for you, papi. That is fairly quickly.

MORE: Donaldson talks the speak then walks the stroll

Guillen’s spicy feedback usually are not uncommon, ‘trigger Ozzie. However the budding beef between the White Sox and the Twins — actually, seemingly simply Josh Donaldson — is a brand new dynamic into the AL Central rivalry.

On Tuesday, Giolito took difficulty with Donaldson’s very vocal on-field taunts following a first-inning dwelling run, calling Donaldson a “f—ing pest” for his phrases.

With the Twins on the backside of the division and the White Sox in first, possibly we are able to get a Hell in a Cell match between Donaldson and Guillen within the coming weeks for bragging rights.


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