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.
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