The news came Wednesday night that White Sox had received permission from the Angels to interview Tony La Rusa for their executive opening. The 76-year-old looks like a pre-runner to start work. For his part, Bruce Levine of La Rossa 670 (said to be excited about his upcoming conversations with White Sox)Via Twitter).
La Rossa managed the White Sox from 1979 to 1986 – his first executive role in the Majors – so here’s definitely a nostalgic angle. G.M. He also fits the bill drafted by Rick Hahn: he’s technically a voice coming from outside the organization, and he’s scrutinizing the championship experience box. La Rossa has managed a series six times in the World Series, winning the ring with Oakland in 1989 and with St. Louis in 2006 and 2011. He retired after winning the 2011 World Series with the Cardinals. He spent last season as a special adviser to the Angels, and the opening of the White Sox is an attractive position even without a rounded life angle.
As for the White Sox area, President Jerry Reinstorf has apologized in the past for allowing his GM-the-time Ken Horrelson to shoot La Rassa in the middle. What’s more, La Rossa and Rainstorf were mostly watching white socks games before 2020, Athlete James Fegan writes. It should be a definite chance to reclaim La Rossa franchise, but for Fagan, the White Socks are still at the beginning of their search process.
Meanwhile, Han is trying his best to improve the correct field and start rotation. Although they have a lot of young pitches, they closely monitor growth (Renault Lopez placeholder image, Dan Dunning, Dylan stop, Garrett Crochet, Jonathan Stever, Michael Kobeck, And others), Han did not plan to wait for the children to be caught upside down This piece From Fegan. Lucas Giolitto, Dallas Kitchen, And are accommodated in the Dunning cycle, but they can be explored for post-improvements outside the company. There is no famine for boys in white socks Can Fill the last two rotation spots very effectively, but as the doubles and Indians are ready to compete again the margin of error may be slim again.
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