Man, what a crazy week so far …

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Just got back from Tucson this morning after what was an
emotional day yesterday
. I was
very moved and touched by the ceremony we had down there and the game yesterday
for the Green family, to remember Christina Taylor-Green. Everyone knows how much I care about my
family, and to see this kind of tragedy happen to such good people hit me very
hard. It was great to be a part of
the game, and I am so happy I got to meet Christina’s father. To see how he is handling this is
amazing; it shows how strong him and his family are. I wish them nothing but
the best. 

On a better note, I stayed two nights in Tucson with my wife
and it reminded me how much I missed it. It was great seeing people I knew from the past and, yes, I did eat at
Mariscos Chihuahua because the food is just amazing! Does anyone know if there is one around Phoenix? As for the game, it was fun to see the
turnout and all the support from the fans, but the wind was crazy! I heard it wasn’t just in Tucson, but
also in Glendale. Man, I wish I was playing, cuz maybe I would have had a
chance to go deep (haha). When
Omar Vizquel hits a ball off the wall batting left-handed, you know something
isn’t right (hahaha).

When I got back this morning to Glendale, it was great to see
“The Greatest
,” Muhammad Ali, in the clubhouse. I’ve met him before — I think it was in ’96 — but whenever you
get to be around a legend like that, you just want to take it all in and not
ruin it by talking. Just being
around him is an honor. I wish I
would have met Ali back when he really was Ali. Maybe he could have given me
some pointers because we both talk A LOT (hahaha). I respect people that say what’s on their mind like I do,
even if you offend people or say something they don’t want to hear. He did that all the time, and I will
always respect that.

I’m looking forward to going to Scottsdale tomorrow to play
the Giants because Ehire Adrianza plays for them and he is on their 40-man
roster. He is like one of my kids, and I will be very happy seeing him play. His dad and I are best friends and grew up together, so I will always be
rooting for him.

Other than that, I will keep you guys posted on what’s
happening here in a few days. And
oh yeah, I almost forgot, GO BULLS. Yes, we watch the games and Joey (Cora) is a Heat fan, so we are on him
every day. But he did not cry (hahaha). Thank God! Keep your questions coming through the website. I will post
some more answers later this week, but I like reading them all.  

Talk you soon, and go get those dreams!

Ozzie

* Photo above: Dallas Green, brother to Christina-Taylor Green, and father John Green (right) are greeted by manager Ozzie Guillen before a Spring Training game between the White Sox and Diamondbacks at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium on Monday. (Getty Images)

2 Comments

Whats up Ozzie, there is a Mariscos Chihuahua its at 1834 West Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ 85015-5257

(602) 274-1991 ‎
There may be more. Thats what I found.

Hola Ozzie desdes aqui de San Cristobal, Edo Tachira Venezuela, te felicito por tu trabajo me encanta lo que haces te deseo muchos exitos para esta temporada 2011, tengo un niño de 11 años juega la pelota desde los 3 y desde entonces nos interesa aun mas; queria saber si aqui en venzuela tienes alguna granja de entrenamiento ? y sino es asi!!!!! seria buena idea que apoyes a nuestros chamos con tus conocimientos dejar un granito de ti en cada uno de ellos y claroooo tendrias la excusa de visitarnos jejej Besos y Exitos.

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