Guillen, who has as much fun as anyone during the course of a given game, said he was playfully getting on Jones during the course of the extra-innings loss. But he never even saw Jones after Reimold connected. In fact, Guillen never saw the ball land 436 feet away.
"As soon as the ball left the bat, I knew it was a home run and I left right away," said Guillen with a laugh. "I was right behind [bench coach] Joey [Cora]."
The situation wasn't closed out by Guillen on Thursday without one more comical shot at Jones, his Wednesday foil.
"What is he going to celebrate?" said Guillen with a wry smile. "Someone else did it."