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Wait, the White Sox hired Tony La Russa? Why it will or won’t work and what those across MLB are saying – ESPN

Didn’t see the 76-year-old Hall of Famer coming back in 2021? We break down the decision.



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After 34 years, Tony La Russa is back as the Chicago White Sox manager.
The news raises a host of questions: Does hiring the 76-year-old Hall of Famer — who last managed in 2011 when he led the St. Louis Cardinals to a World Series title — make sense for Chicago? How might it work? What could go wrong? How are those around baseball — and fans in Chicago — reacting to it?
ESPN baseball writers Jesse Rogers and David Schoenfield break down the move.
Why would the White Sox choose Tony La Russa?

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