CHICAGO -- Before Thursday's rubber match loss to the Cubs, Ozzie Guillen gave a few reporters a brief instruction on how to get famous.
"You know how you get famous in this country?" he said. "You (screw) up. You do good, no one cares about you. You (screw) up, you're famous."
Guillen has seen both sides of his fame debate, but I found that particular riff interesting, because it's similar to one he gave before Tuesday's game when a 20-minute media chat ended without one question about his familiar Mark Buehrle. There were plenty of questions about Guillen, of course, and one or two about Carlos Zambrano.