Ozzie Guillen Suspended: Alexei Ramirez Discusses Former Manager's Comments

Chicago White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez -- who left Cuba in 2007 and joined the Sox in 2008 -- said Tuesday that he does not agree with Ozzie Guillen's opinion of Fidel Castro, but also that also said he hopes that Guillen's apology will be accepted.

"Apologizing is definitely a big first step," said Ramirez, who played for Cuba in the Athens Olympics. "Everyone has their opinion. But I also feel people should be forgiven. So if he's going to apologize, I feel that hopefully he'll be accepted."

Related: Guillen Suspended: White Sox Legend Frank Thomas Impressed By Guillen Apology

Guillen has been suspended for five games for his comments and on Tuesday he held a press conference during which he offered an apology.

For more on Ozzie and the Marlins, drop by the Miami Marlins blog FishStripes. For more on major league baseball, please visit SB Nation's MLB news hub, Baseball Nation.

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