On Sunday, Guillen accused the
"To my hero, Ozzie, love you."
Guillen laughed it off before his Marlins took on the Cubs, and said he knew some players on the Nationals' were poking fun at him.
Guillen also said he has nothing against Harper, who he thinks is good for the game. But Guillen also said that Harper is still immature and needs to learn from his mistakes.
"I think what he did, maybe he did because he's a kid. I hope he learned from that," Guillen told MLB.com. "His manager said I was trying to intimidate him. I wasn't. That was the last thing on my mind. I hope he learned from that and moved on."
Baseball has long been a game of pranks during downtime, and Harper should know this is all in good fun. There shouldn't be any bad blood between the two and I'm sure they can laugh about it when they meet next.