Via NBC Miami:
The Miami Marlins are in the middle of a dreadful June swoon, which is normally the kind of situation that sends manager Ozzie Guillen into a medieval tirade. Luckily for the team, Guillen thinks his players are too young to handle his brutal honesty.
The Marlins have gone 5-18 in June, sending them falling to the bottom of the NL East. But Guillen said to MLB.com on Tuesday, "I have to be careful how I treat these kids here."
"I don't have a veteran team," he continued. "I don't know how they're going to handle it. I'm not going to put more pressure on them."
The Marlins won't be safe forever, though. Guillen cannot contain his volatile temper forever, after all. "I want to be on ESPN," he said. "I want to be all over the news. I haven't been there for a long time. ...Pretty soon I'm ready to erupt. But right now ... I'm just trying to be positive the most that I can, because we need that..."