3 new White Sox manager replacements for Tony La Russa

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Things have been awful for the Chicago White Sox so far in 2022. After winning 93 games in 2021, they are in huge danger of not even making the playoffs again in 2022. They are running out of time to turn it around and it needs to start soon if ever.

We are in August now so the sample is big enough to worry about the problem. Tony La Russa has done a rather horrible job of managing this team in 2022. The lineups are always a disaster, the in-game management is horrid, and he doesn’t know how to work a bullpen anymore.

We have already gone through a list of people that could fit in as the new manager of this team if they were to make a change. Obviously, we are at the point where anyone could come in and do a better job with this team.

Now, there might be a few other candidates out there that could fit in nicely. These are three new candidates for the White Sox to consider:

1. Sandy Alomar Jr.

Sandy Alomar Jr. would be an amazing fit for this Chicago White Sox team.

Sandy Alomar Jr. would be a great option for the Chicago White Sox to hire as their full-time manager after Tony La Russa is gone. He is currently serving as a coach on Terry Francona’s staff with the Cleveland Guardians.

He has been sensational in his time there and as a player in Major League Baseball. For a variety of reasons, he would be a great fit for the White Sox and their current roster. He was a great player as well which makes him relatable for a lot of these guys.

Alomar Jr. played for the White Sox at one point in his playing career as well so he has connections to the organization.

His father, Sandy Alomar Sr., also played for the White Sox so this would be interesting to see him get this job. He will have a manager job soon and the White Sox would be a perfect fit.