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Guillen believes White Sox not getting enough respect

CBSSports.com wire reports

CHICAGO -- White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen apparently thinks his team isn't getting enough respect.

The outspoken skipper went off on another tangent before Tuesday's game against the Minnesota Twins, the first of three between the AL Central co-leaders, saying his team deserves more credit and doesn't "feel the support" in Chicago.

Guillen sarcastically waved off headlines hyping the arrival Twins, saying. He says when his wife mentioned Minnesota visiting, he responded by saying, "Good, you dating somebody from there?"

Guillen went on to say he feels "more proud of this ballclub than any team I ever managed" and even vowed to write a book about this season.

The White Sox had just lost three of four at Baltimore to fall into a tie for the division lead.

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