Being Guillén: White Sox Fall Short, John Cusack Rule, and 'The Bartman Game' from Ozzie Guillén's POV

Playing in October isn't easy. On this week's episode of Being Guillén, the Guilléns recap the Chicago White Sox 2021 Postseason, which ended after the Houston Astros defeated them in the ALDS.

Because it was the first Postseason on the South Side with fans in 13 years, the Guilléns also discuss the unwritten rule in cities with two sports teams, after a Barstool Chicago personality confronted John Cusack about his dual Cubs and White Sox fandom. That brings up some fun memories for Ozzie Guillén about a popular Chicago politician who threw out the First Pitch in 2005 and later went on to run for President in 2008.

Plus, since we're in the Postseason, we get to hear Ozzie Guillén's story of being the Third Base Coach for the Florida Marlins in 2003 when 'The Bartman Incident' happened at Wrigley Field.

World Series-winning manager
Ozzie Guillén is no stranger to speaking his mind. It's that approach that makes him one of the most exciting figures in baseball. On La Vida Baseball's Being Guillén, you get Ozzie's unfiltered perspective on everything baseball and more! And, what’s better than one Guillén? How about 3?! Joining him on the show are sons Ozzie Jr. and Oney Guillén. Family. Life. Baseball. That’s Being Guillén.