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Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen suspended for five games after his comments about Fidel Castro.
This comes -- the Marlins are just settling into their new stadium in Miami's Little Havana area where many Cuban exiles live.
The team issuing a statement saying quote.
The Marlins acknowledged the seriousness of the comments attributed to year.
The pain and suffering caused by Fidel Castro cannot be minimized especially in -- community filled with victims of the dictatorship.
-- and holding a news conference to explain his remarks.
It was -- about us what that's what I mean it's bodies when he asked -- bodies I -- -- say it's something almost taking a Spanish.
And this -- I can now more relieved somebody hurt.
So many people over the years.
Still -- life.
Polarizing comments are nothing new European.
He once -- -- gates who are referring to a reporter and defended illegal immigrants the 48 year old also said he drinks to excess after road game.
I make a lot of -- -- -- never.
I've never apologize because -- -- what's the -- Daimler now.
I have to do because I think that was the wrong thing.
And I'm that's what if I -- the wrong thing.
The Marlins opened their new ballpark just last week as the team tries to rebuild its fan base with Cuban Americans in South Florida.
In Miami Steve Harrigan Fox News.
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