Ozzie Guillen loves a victory parade — if its for his White Sox.
In fact, he believes the Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup parade on Friday through the streets of downtown Chicago wasn’t as impressive as the White Sox party in 2005.
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"Ours was better because there were more people," Guillen told the Chicago Tribune. "I guarantee there were more."
Guillen based his assessment on the longer parade route for the White Sox through neighborhoods near the team’s U.S. Cellular Field.
An estimated two million Blackhawks fans jammed downtown Chicago to celebrate the team’s championship.
But the White Sox manager isn’t totally heartless when it comes to the city’s hockey team. In fact, he told the Tribune he "had tears in my eyes" after Patrick Kane scored the Stanley Cup winning goal in overtime against the Philadelphia Flyers.