His latest crusade? He's calling out Dwyane Wade for arguing with Heat coach Erik Spoelstra.
The more shocking news: Ozzie's 100% right.
Well, maybe not 100%, because threatening to fight an athlete really isn't the right thing to do, but he's definitely right to call out Wade, who committed one of the cardinal sins in sports by confronting his coach in front of fans, teammates and cameras.
Ummm... sorry, Ozzie, but your job isn't to critique (and threaten) athletes from other sports. Your own highly touted team is currently tied for 3rd in the NL East.
That having been said, it's a valid point. Wade's actions are unforgivable, and it's a shame that Erik Spoelstra is such a weak coach. Since the day he was hired by the Heat, he hasn't had a shred of authority on the court or in the locker room, and it's obvious to anyone who watches the way he and his players interact with each other.
If they don't win this year, it will be clear to everyone that they need a change in Miami. As noted around these parts before, perhaps it's the coach. Hey, maybe Ozzie Guillen will take the job.