CHICAGO -- With the White Sox posting a Major League-best 14-2 record during Interleague Play, manager Ozzie Guillen came up with a humorous idea during Friday's pregame media session to keep this success rolling in the future.
"Maybe I'm a better manager when we manage in the National League," said Guillen with a laugh. "But I told [White Sox chairman] Jerry [Reinsdorf], 'You're very tight with Mr. Selig. Why don't we move to the National League? Make a change.'"
Guillen didn't even mind playing more than the six games per year against the Cubs for that proposed NL move to take effect.
"I'll take that. I know it's going to be good for the city," Guillen said. "No, why don't we just move the Cubs to the American League, and we'll go to the National League. It would be even."