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Guillen, Zambrano on Way Out of Chicago?

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By now we know only a short 21/2-hour flight separates Miami and Ozzie Guillen's native Venezuela.

We know Guillen always will reserve a special place in his heart for the Marlins organization he helped win a World Series in 2003 as their third-base coach.

We know how popular Guillen thinks he would be among the heavy Latino population of South Florida, where he has a home.

Most of all, we know how...

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