I agree with the screw Scoscia comment. Last week, with the Erstad hit, it was all "this is the way the game is played, it is within the rules, yada, yada, yada." He was right, even though I thought Erstad could have avoided the hit. But he defended his player as playing within the rules.
Now, however, when his player is caught cheating and is clearly outside the rules, he cries like a baby that others do it, so it should be OK.
I'm with Frank Robinson - I've lost a lot of respect for him as a manager.
And with the bad blood between he and Guillen, and Guillen's antics after his home run, I'll be shocked if Guillen doesn't get plunked by the end of the series - which with Guillen's history, will likely lead to a brawl and a suspension. I'm glad I've got the MLB package - this should be fun to watch.