• Who will be the next Chicago White Sox manager? Here are 12 potential candidates

    2 monthes ago - By Boston Herald

    The Tony La Russa 2.0 era is ending. So who will be the next Chicago White Sox manager?
    It's hard to speculate without knowing whether general manager Rick Hahn will return, or if Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf will once again make the decision on his own, as he did in hiring La Russa after the 2020 season.
    The Sox job no doubt will draw plenty of interest because of the young talent and the prospect of a quick turnaround in 2023 with a few free-agent additions and a change in clubhouse chemistry. Recall that the Houston Astros rebuild regressed after a playoff appearance in 2015, but they...
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  • White Sox Manager Tony La Russa Expected to Retire, per Report

    White Sox Manager Tony La Russa Expected to Retire, per Report

    2 monthes ago - By SI

    The veteran hasn't managed a game since August due to health issues. White Sox manager Tony La Russa is expected to retire after the MLB season ends on Wednesday, USA Today's Bob Nightengale reports. La Russa has been dealing with health issues since the end of August and hasn't returned to the bench since. Chicago hired La Russa in 2020, and despite winning the AL Central in 2021, the team disappointed more often than it succeeded under the manager. Chicago was bounced in the 2021 playoffs in four games by the Astros. Then, as heavy favorites to win the AL Central this year, the White Sox...
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  • MLB Rumors: White Sox Manager Tony La Russa Expected to Announce Retirement on Monday

    2 monthes ago - By Bleacher Report

    The Chicago White Sox have fired manager Tony La Russa, according to SOURCE. - The move comes amid a disappointing 2022 MLB season. Following a 6-2...
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  • Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa, 77, will reportedly announce his retirement Monday

    2 monthes ago - By Boston Herald

    Tony La Russa's reboot as the Chicago White Sox manager is ending as awkwardly as it began nearly two years ago.
    USA Today columnist Bob Nightengale reported Sunday that La Russa will officially announce his retirement Monday at a news conference in Chicago.
    While it was not surprising, the news of La Russa's exit for health reasons ends a controversial two-year managerial stint that resulted in one American League Central division title and one of the most disappointing seasons in franchise history.
    It also begins another managerial search for general manager Rick Hahn, who was bypassed...
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  • Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa, 77, will reportedly announce his retirement Monday

    2 monthes ago - By Chicago Tribune

    Tony La Russa's reboot as Chicago White Sox manager is ending as awkwardly as it began nearly two years ago.
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