Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen returned Tuesday from a five-game team suspension for his comments praising Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, and he remained apologetic.
"I put myself on probation … me, nobody else," Guillen said. "It's probation about growing up and being better, and be careful to not trust too many people. That was my problem."
There were no demonstrations against Guillen prior to the Marlins' 5-2 victory over the Cubs, which drew a season-low 24,544 to Marlins Park in Miami.