Ozzie Guillen wasn’t pleased with Bobby Jenks or his son’s tweets

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Ozzie Guillen talked about that Bobby Jenks-Oney Guillen stuff yesterday, and he voiced some regret over his son sharing clubhouse business on his Twitter feed:

Guillen said he felt ‘‘sad’’ about Jenks’ comments, which came after Jenks signed with the Boston Red Sox last month. But Guillen said his son crossed the line when he tweeted that Jenks ‘‘couldn’t handle ur drinking [sic],” and ‘‘u have had marital problems.’’

‘‘When Oney [tweeted] that, the only thing I was upset about [was] clubhouse stuff,’’ Guillen said. “He grew up in baseball, and he knows the clubhouse stuff — whatever happens in there, everybody knows. . . . In the past, our clubhouse was a temple. Now you can do what you want to do and people find out what happened in the clubhouse. That’s not the first time it happened.’”

That aside, he saves way more words for Jenks, talking about how displeased he was with Jenks comment about Guillen not knowing how to manage a bullpen.

In the grand scheme of things, Jenks’ comments seem pretty minor. Oney Guillen’s stuff, however, is the kind of thing that makes players wonder if what goes on in the White Sox’ clubhouse has any sanctity. I don’t expect Ozzie to come out and excoriate his own son, but at the same time, I don’t think anything he said yesterday will put players’ minds at ease that their business will remain their business if they ever have a personal disagreement with the Guillens.

Brewers designate Boone Logan for assignment, recall Freddy Peralta

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The Brewers announced on Tuesday that reliever Boone Logan has been designated for assignment and starter Freddy Peralta has been recalled from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Peralta will start on Tuesday evening against the Pirates, opposite Jameson Taillon at PNC Park.

Logan, 33, has struggled this season, serving up seven runs on 15 hits and 10 walks with 14 strikeouts in 10 2/3 innings. The lefty inked a one-year, $2.5 million contract with the Brewers in January, but he missed the first six weeks of the season with a triceps injury.

Peralta, 22, made his major league debut last month, making a stellar start against the Rockies at Coors Field. He struck out 13 batters over 5 2/3 scoreless innings. He made another, less successful start against the Twins before heading back to the minors. With Colorado Springs, Peralta owns a 2.75 ERA with 84 strikeouts and 27 walks over 59 innings.