Marlins closer Heath Bell wasn't happy to see manager Ozzie Guillen come out to remove him with two runners on and two outs in the ninth inning of Wednesday's loss to the Red Sox.

Bell took exception and argued the point before heading to the dugout.

Afterward, Bell said he meant no disrespect, and Guillen said the brief heated exchange was a "misunderstanding."

Unlike earlier in the season when Bell was blowing saves and Guillen yanked him several times in mid inning, the manager's quick hook had nothing to do with the game situation. With the Marlins trailing 10-2, he only sent Bell out to get some work to keep him sharp because save situations have been scarce recently.