Ozzie Guillen is the most quotable, most disruptive manager in baseball. He's not managing right now, but he's still looking for a team, which is why he is eligible for this list.
When he's not supporting Fidel Castro or telling the media he wants his team to be hated, Guillen enjoys dropping some of the funniest quotes in baseball.
Let's take a look at a few from the year 2011. Keep in mind these were all in a 12-month span (via Yahoo! Sports):
Speaking on Bobby Jenks' outspokenness after moving to Boston:
Am I going to say anything bad about [Bobby Jenks]? I'm not going to waste my time.
I wish I was mad about it, because I will rip his throat [out].
Standing up for Juan Pierre:
As long as JP is here, he's playing. [If] people don't like it ...? I wish I could say what I think, but I'm not going to be in trouble. I'd be all over, CNN, Playboy Channel, everywhere. But I'm not going to say it. That's the first time I'm going to keep it to myself.
Discussing the?Paul-Star campaign to elect Paul Konerko to the 2011 All-Star team:
He needs the money; he's kinda broke. The poor man, he needs $200,000 more.
Hating on Sean Penn for his love of Venezuela:
Sean Penn, if you love Venezuela please move to Venezuela for a year ? But rent a house in Guarenas or Guatire to see how long you last clown.
And, of course, he thinks he's the man:
I'm the Charlie Sheen of baseball, without drugs and a prostitute.
Oh Ozzie, you're so silly.