3 amazing options to replace Tony La Russa as White Sox manager

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Chicago White Sox, Bruce Bochy
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2. Bruce Bochy

The Chicago White Sox could use someone like Bruce Bochy as their manager.

The Chicago White Sox already hired an older manager that had success back in the day with Tony La Russa. However, that is entirely different than hiring someone like Bruce Bochy who has not been retired for a decade.

He left the San Francisco Giants in 2019 after winning three World Series championships in 2010, 2012, and 2014. Those teams were so much fun to watch and Bochy got the most out of a very talented group of players. He might be able to do the same with a team like the White Sox.

This guy is going to be a Hall of Famer for what he has done in the world of managing Major League Baseball teams. Those Giants teams will always be remembered for doing whatever it took for them to win the whole thing.  They even made things interesting in years that they didn’t win it all.

If the White Sox wanted to pull him out of that part of the country, they would probably have to offer him a fair amount of years and a fair amount of money. That might even not be enough but you just never know. He would truly be a great option.