Good-Bye, Ozzie

By Stu Shea

Good-bye, Ozzie,
Good-bye, Ozzie,
Good-bye, Ozzie,
You’re going to leave us now.

Merrily you roll along,
Roll along,
Roll along,
Merrily you roll along
Down to F-L-A.

No more cursing,
No more tweeting,
No more bull#@*&,
You’re going to leave us now.

Let’s see how you do in Miami
Miami
Miami
Let’s see how you do in Miami
With non-existent fans.

Good-bye, Ozzie
Good-bye, Ozzie
Good-bye, Ozzie
Your act went on too long.


Published in Chicago White Sox, Management, Miami Marlins, Songs and Parodies, Stu Shea | Link to this poem | 3 Comments

Good-Bye, Ozzie: 3 Comments

  1. Hilary Barta wrote,

    Ha, and double ha!

  2. Norm Knott wrote,

    Harsh, man, harsh.

  3. James Finn Garner wrote,

    Someday we’ll look back on this with warm fuzzies and remember what was, but this season his managing was miserable and his desire to leave town palpable.

    Ozzie is one in a long line of Chicago coaches who started to believe their own press and go cuckoo. He’ll find Florida has nice weather and large insects, but no money and few fans.

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