Miami Marlins skipper Ozzie Guillen has apologized after several comments made this week. Guillen told the media that he is very sorry for his remarks, in which he professed love and admiration for Fidel Castro and “respects him for staying in power for so long.”

“I just misunderstood sometime, like that Joe Kony guy,” said Guillen. “We both trying to get the kids on our team to work hard, we just sometimes do things we regret.”

Guillen closed his brief meeting with the press with other inflammatory remarks, claiming he could’ve stopped 9/11 from happening, Jesus kinda had it coming to him, and that The Hunger Games movie was better than the book, but won’t come close to being as good as ‘The Three Stooges’ movie.

Brian Farrell