PHOENIX -- Cubs manager Mike Quade was asked on Thursday night about the tweeting controversy surrounding Ozzie Guillen, his White Sox counterpart.
Major League Baseball is reviewing Guillen for sending out several tweets after he was ejected during the first inning of a game at New York against the Yankees on Wednesday night.
MLB policy is that all social media messages by baseball personnel should cease within 30 minutes from the start of a game. Guillen tweeted his displeasure with the ejection several times while the game was still in progress.
Quade said that will never be an issue for him.
"I will never get in trouble Twittering," Quade said prior to the opener of a four-game series for the Cubs against D-backs at Chase Field.
When told that the term was "tweeting," Quade added: "See? I can't even say it. I will not get in trouble because I will never do it. I don't have the time, energy or the know-how."
Quade, 54, admitted he's well within the generation of people who should know how to do such things, but it doesn't interest him.
"I have a BlackBerry. That's the extent of it," he said.