CLEVELAND (AP) -- Ozzie Guillen doesn't want to talk baseball on his vacation.
The Chicago White Sox manager would like to know his future with the organization before leaving on a trip to Spain with his wife two days after Chicago's final game on Sept. 28.
"Only two gods know, Jerry's God and the real God know what my future is going to be here," Guillen said before the first game of Tuesday's day-night doubleheader with the Indians.
The 47-year-old Guillen has been the manager since 2004 and led the White Sox to the World Series championship a year later, and the team exercised its option on his contract for 2012 in January.
Chicago, expected to contend for the AL Central title, is finishing a disappointing season. The White Sox are in third place with a 74-78 record and were eliminated from the playoffs last week.