Last season after Carlos Zambrano got into a fight with teammate Derrek Lee, he went to dinner that night with White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen.
Friday, Zambrano sent Guillen texts after his latest outburst. However, Guillen said he didn't feel like dealing with anyone else's problems after the White Sox's 5-1 loss to the Royals, but his wife Ibis did replay.
Guillen, who has defended Zambrano in the past, had quite a bit to say about Zambrano, whom he calls a friend.
"Very bad and very sad situation," Guillen told reporters, including Scot Gregor of the Daily Herald.
Guillen also said he knew Zambrano was "embarrassed" by his actions.
"But it gets to the point, enough is enough," Guillen said. "What can he say? Hopefully today he feels a little bit better. He should feel embarrassed, should regret what he said or what he did. I don't think he said anything bad. There's a lot of people thinking [about] what he said. I did a lot. You know how many times I want to quit? I can't because I love this game. So does he."For more baseball news, rumors and analysis, follow @eyeonbaseball on Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed.