As the Miami Marlins' season came to a close, manager Ozzie Guillen and setup man Heath Bell began making their opinions of each other public, leading to a disrupted Marlins clubhouse. Without hesitation, Bell said that it was "hard to respect" Guillen as a manager. Guillen immediately responded by saying that he respects Bell "as a player, but not necessarily as a person."

Guillen was also quick to add that he wasn't the only person Bell had thrown under the bus throughout the year.

"I am the No.10 guy he's talked about this year," Guillen said. "This kid has been saying so many things all year about a lot of people. It was my turn this week."

The relationship between the two did not get off to the best start, as Bell blew several saves in the first month of the season, just after being signed to a three year, $27 million dollar contract with a vesting option for a fourth year.