Guillen manages from cart on 1st day of drills
JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — Ozzie Guillen has decided he’ll manage better at the Miami Marlins’ sprawling spring training complex if he’s riding a golf cart.
When the Marlins began their first workout Wednesday, the new skipper discovered the team’s seven practice fields are a lot of ground to cover. So the former shortstop asked for a cart and monitored drills from behind the wheel.
“I need the E-ZPass to go from one field to another,” Guillen said. “That last field is all the way to the Turnpike. That’s a long way. I already paid my dues running all over the place.”