It took less than a week for Ozzie Guillen to get in hot water for something he said -- and this time it nearly cost him his job. In a Time magazine article that came out in the first week of the season, Guillen said he "loves" longtime Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and also said "I respect Fidel Castro. You know why? A lot of people have wanted to kill Fidel Castro for the last 60 years, but that [S.O.B.] is still there." Guillen was later suspended five games for those remarks, which set off a firestorm in South Florida, home to many Cuban exiles. The Marlins are playing their first season in a new ballpark in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood and had hired Guillen in part to be a drawing card for the next chapter in the team's history.