White Sox: 3 new managers to hire when the World Series is over
The Chicago White Sox really could use a new manager. They are going to get one as they are separated from Tony La Russa. He was brutal in 2022 and it was time to move on in June but they never made the move.
As a result, they became the most disappointing team in the league at 81-81 which put them in second place in the American League Central Division.
Last week, we talked about the three most likely people to be the manager of this team. Well, that could still be the case but there are some other names that have come out.
In addition to those three, these guys are people for the White Sox to consider hiring when the World Series is over:
1. Ron Washington
The Chicago White Sox might look to the NL East for a potential manager hire.
Ron Washington has been a very successful manager in the game of baseball. He led the Texas Rangers through some deep playoff runs that included a couple of appearances in the World Series but they were never able to win the final game of the season.
However, he was a coach with the 2021 World Series champion Atlanta Braves. It was an outstanding run for that team as they finally reached their potential with the talent that they have.
If the White Sox are looking for a veteran manager to come to coach their team, Washington might be someone that they consider. It might not be the likeliest option out there but he is someone that is experienced and might have something that he can bring to this White Sox team.