Thursday, October 6, 2011

White Sox hire Robin Ventura as manager

The White Sox are staying with in the family for managers as they bring in Robin Ventura.

Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune takes a look at the hiring of Ventura.

In a stunning move, the Chicago White Sox named Robin Ventura as their next manager, according to a news release.

“I wanted someone who met very specific criteria centered around his leadership abilities," general manager Robin Ventura said in a news release. "Robin Ventura was that man."

Ventura, 44, has never managed and only rejoined the Sox's front office last June as a special assistant to Buddy Bell, the team's director of player development.

You can read the rest of the article here: White Sox hire Robin Ventura as manager

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