While Ozzie Guillen said he didn't know about his next move, his MLB.com blog said otherwise.
In a blog entry dated Sept. 27, 2.28 a.m., Guillen wrote a blog post titled "Time to move on," and it ended with these two paragraphs:
Chicago will ALWAYS be my home and I will forever love the fans for the support they have shown me and my family throughout my career, and I look forward to that continuing in the future. I made no secret that my desire was always to spend my entire managerial career with the White Sox, but there comes a point when you need to move on, and that point has come. The Florida Marlins believe I am the right man for the job to bring another World Series to South Florida. And just as it has always been with me, winning is my only mission.
It’s good being wanted, and more importantly it’s good knowing where you stand. Although it’s sad my time with the White Sox has ended, I can’t tell you how thrilled I am to be a part of the Marlins organization. I have an unbelievable amount of respect for the Marlins, owner Jeffrey Loria, president Larry Beinfest, and general manager Michael Hill. I can’t thank them enough for this opportunity and look forward to the future. I can’t wait to get started!
The post has since been removed, and Guillen played dumb more than once when asked specifically about the Florida rumor during his press conference. But Jon Morosi reported on Twitter that Guillen's new contract will be for three years.