Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Postgame comments from Ozzie Guillen after the White Sox beat the Mariners, 6-3, to win the series, 2-1.
On Gavin Floyd:
“He was not sharp enough, but he was good enough to let us compete. He mad big pitches when he had to … huge. Gavin did a tremendous job when he had to.
“Everytime he goes out there, we feel we are going to win the game.”
On the Offense:
“Our offense got a little bit better in the second half of the game. I thought Quentin’s two-out base hit in the eighth was the most important hit. He gave us a little more cushion.”
On the upcoming series with Texas:
“We’ll face a pretty good hitting ballclub, but I have my ace going against them.”
On injuries potentially piling up with Brian Anderson leaving today’s game and Jim Thome’s status for Friday still uncertain:
“We have good enough talent here to cover the holes. I don’t want my players making excuses. We’ve done a good job here of not crying about it.”