Ozzie Guillen had quit Twitter on May 17, 2012. At the time, he told reporters that he hated the social media platform because "people out there are nasty." But 110 days later, on September 4 at 11:10 p.m. ET, the Miami Marlins manager returned to the Twittersphere.
It's not as if Guillen's brief hiatus from Twitter meant that we rarely hear from the outspoken manager. His first season in Miami has been nothing short of a roller coaster ride.
Before he quit Twitter, he was suspended for five games due to his controversial comments about Fidel Castro. After he quit, he was still stirring up controversy whether it was calling Bryce Harper "unprofessional" or ripping his former shortstop Hanley Ramirez.
His return to Twitter may not change much, except now we'll be treated to more tweets about Cake Boss.