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To call Opening Day's meeting between the Rangers and White Sox a rematch for Nolan Ryan and Robin Ventura is a stretch at best, and fiction at worst.
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Former managers say new White Sox skipper should lean on his coaching staffWell before he became one of the best third basemen of his era, Robin Ventura failed miserably.
Once manager Robin Ventura's coaching staff is in place, the White Sox can figure out where they stand for 2012 and beyond.
Get ready for Bart Hubbuch, Evan Roberts, et al. to be throwing the word irony around next spring. Robin Ventura's White Sox career will open in Texas.
Ryan commented on the fight last night:
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According to Doug Padilla of ESPN Chicago, the White Sox will add Joe McEwing to new manager Robin Ventura’s coaching staff.
Both McEwing and Ventura are former Mets.
McEwing was a utility man, who could play every position. He was also David Wright’s best friend on the team. He has been considered a managerial prospect by many people in the business.
Ventura played for the Mets...
Rangers president Nolan Ryan said the Detroit Tigers remind him a lot of the San Francisco Giants.
MILWAUKEE -- While some in baseball are scratching their heads over the hiring of Robin Ventura, the game’s winningest active manager endorsed the White Sox move.
The White Sox introduce Robin Ventura as their new manager at noon EDT, and you can follow it live on the internet.
This is me with my Boomstick. You know what's going to happen. BOOM! The balls lands to the moon. There's me. Walk-off.
MLB history has been intertwined with the present in the last 24 hours.
Nelson Cruz hit a titanic walk-off grand slam yesterday in the 11th inning against Ryan Perry to end Game 2 of ALCS.
Today, longtime Chicago White Sox 3B Robin Ventura was officially...
Robin Ventura's baseball resume is missing major league managerial or coaching experience. That was no big deal to White Sox general manager Ken Williams.
CHICAGO (AP) -- Robin Ventura's baseball resume is missing major league managerial or coaching experience. That was no big deal to White Sox general manager Ken Williams.
Rather than hail the hiring of longtime 3B Robin Ventura as new White Sox manager, the Chicago Sun-Times’ Joe Cowley earlier today portrayed the dismissal of Ozzie Guillen and subsequent elevation of Ventura as a coup orchestrated by pitching coach Don Cooper (“‘Coop is obviously now the GM, assistant GM, manager and pitching coach the way he’s been acting the last few weeks...
Robin Ventura was formally introduced as the new White Sox manager today, a move that few people saw coming. But in a move that even fewer people saw not-coming, which they shouldn't have because it didn't happen, the ChiSox braintrust "considered" naming Paul Konerko a player-manager, the first in baseball in 26 years. More »
The Rangers' Nolan Ryan says MLB didn't want “a duplication of what we saw [Saturday].”