speedy Posted April 13, 2012 Share Posted April 13, 2012 Actually, there have been protests and as far as boycotts or whatever, they haven't played at home since it happened so how could you say "there's no evidence"? Plus the Marlins didn't wait long to hand down the punishment. He apologized, admitted what he said was wrong and they announced the suspension, all rather quickly after the incident. That quick turnaround will probably help smooth things over a bit as it showed they weren't gonna stand for it, but also that they believe Guillen was truly sorry and deserved a second chance. If this was to happen, the earlier it did the better. He's still new to the team and they're gonna give him a break more so now than they would if it had been later in the season or next year.Protests don't equal a threat to the business. You're not a very smart lad, are you? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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