The article is quick to clarify Guillen means he wants to harm the Angels competitively, not mortally. Well, maybe. When you are proficient with tossing four bats at once, there's a fine line between assault and assault & battery.
Look out! It's the third person!
Anyway, Angry Man is an ex-National. He could be a beneficial, (relatively) low-cost pickup for the Mariners, and it would be nice for the Nats to pay-it-forward a bit from that whole Doyle/Guillen/Money deal. I wish Guillen nothing but the best, not that my good tidings have any real-world effect. But I'm still confused on one point: If Guillen was actually aiming at the bat boy way back when, why is Scioscia still the target of his anger?