|Date of Birth:||1964, January 20|
|Age:||56 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inch|
|Birth Name||Oswaldo José Guillén Barrios|
|Birth Place||Ocumare del Tuy, Venezuela|
|Famous Name||Ozzie Guillen|
|Net Worth||$18 million|
|No. of Twitter Followers||465 k|
|No. of Instagram Followers||158 k|
|Started career as||baseball player|
|Currently Working For||ESPN|
|Married to||Ibis Cardenas|
|Children||Three sons Ozwaldo "Ozzie" Jr. (born 1985), Oney (born 1986), and Ozney (born 1992)|
Guillen, reportedly earns around $100,000, as his annual salary and has an estimated net worth of over $18 million. Ozzie is currently married to his longtime girlfriend Ibis Cardenas and has three sons Ozwaldo "Ozzie" Jr. (born 1985), Oney (born 1986), and Ozney (born 1992).
Guillén was born on January 20, 1964, in Ocumare del Tuy, Venezuela. He holds a Venezuelan nationality and belongs to Mixed ethnic group and has a sun sign Capricorn.
The detailed information regarding the family and educational qualifications is not available. Ozzie's brother in law is a former White Sox teammate Scott Radinsky.
The Venezuelan-American sportscaster/former player Oswaldo José Guillén Barrios has an estimated net worth of $18 million. As of 2019, the reporter receives an annual salary of $100,000 from his successful career because of his work experience.
His salary working as a manager for the Boston Red Sox was reported to be $1 million in 2011. He joined Miami Marlins on a 4-year contract worth $10 million with the average salary of $2.5 million. If he had remained with Boston, he would have earned $2.75 million in salary in 2012. After he was fired by Marlins in 2017, Marlins announced his 5-game suspension salary of around $30,000 would be donated to charity
The maximum amount of his net worth is earned from his playing and coaching career. Being a regular sportscaster for the network he earns a quite good amount annually.
Ozzie started his playing career with Chicago White in 1985 and later on played for several other clubs including Baltimore Orioles, Atlanta Braves, and Tampa Bay Devils.
Besides, playing he also worked as a manager for the Chicago White and Miami Marlins and also as a coach for Montreal Expos and Florida Marlins. He has to leave the White Sox after a dispute with White's General Manager Kenny Williams.
After retiring from playing and coaching career, he started broadcasting for the ESPN in 2013. Ozzie served as a color analyst for baseball and talk show panelist for the ESPN Deportes. Besides, Ozzie Joe Tessitore is another popular color analyst for the ESPN.
Ozzie Guillen got married to Ibis Cardenas after dating for a long time. The couple got married on March 2, 1983. They are blessed with three children Ozwaldo "Ozzie" Jr. (born 1985), Oney (born 1986), and Ozney (born 1992).
His son Oney was drafted by the White Sox as an infielder in 2007.
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In January 2006, when Ozzie Guillen turned 42, he, his wife and son Oney became naturalized US citizens. His son Ozzie Jr. also serves the White Sox Radio as their lead Spanish language broadcaster.
So far there are no rumors about their divorce/separation and they are living a happy married life. The famous baseball player is 5 feet 11 inches tall in height and weighs around 150 pounds.
Ozzie's first came into controversy after rejecting the visit to the White House after the 2005 White Sox World Series win. After that, Guillen called Chicago Sun-Times columnist a fag but later apologized for it.
In addition, Ozzie commented on the illegal immigrants as "workaholics". Later, he was suspended for five games after commenting about the former Cuban President Fidel Castro On April 10, 2012.