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One of the biggest revelations of the Robin Ventura news conference Tuesday was that general manager Ken Williams didn't deny a New York Daily News report that he considered slugger Paul Konerko for the manager's job.
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The Chicago White Sox recently dismissed Ozzie Guillen as their manager and named former third basemen with no major league coaching experience Robin Ventura as the new skipper. Personally, I like the move. Ventura is a smart former player who knows a lot about the sport, has begun to surround himself with capable coaches, and may very well have some good success on the South Side...
White Sox general manager Ken Williams briefly considered the idea of Paul Konerko as a replacement for Ozzie Guillen before choosing Robin Ventura to be the White Sox new manager.
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. Ventura, introduced Tuesday as the 39th manager of the White Sox, got a three-year contract.
The Chicago White Sox formally introduced its new skipper Tuesday morning.
Robin Ventura, the club’s 39th manager, called the job an honor, saying he is both humbled to have gotten the offer and confident to take the helm.
"It's exciting," Ventura said during a news conference with general manager Kenny Williams. "Being where I was and now being able to do...
Once manager Robin Ventura's coaching staff is in place, the White Sox can figure out where they stand for 2012 and beyond.
Robin Ventura never made it past first base on his game-winning hit in the 1999 NLCS while with the Mets, meaning Nelson Cruz's walk-off grand slam in Monday's 11th inning is the first of its kind in the postseason.
Robin Ventura carefully thought things through before accepting the challenge of becoming the White Sox 39th manager. He was introduced as the organization's new skipper at a news conference on Tuesday.
CHICAGO - Robin Ventura was introduced Tuesday as the Chicago White Sox's new manager and said he has had plenty...
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.
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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...
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On Thursday the White Sox announced that they have hired Robin Ventura to be their new manager. The sides have agreed to terms on a multiyear deal that makes Ventura the franchise's 38th manager. GM Kenny Williams says Ventura topped his managerial wish list despite his inexperience as a Major League skipper...
McEwing to coach third for Sox, Parent to be bench coachThe latest additions to manager Robin Ventura's first coaching staff bring plenty of notoriety that the White Sox hope will help cultivate more success with their younger players and their struggling veterans.
Talking baseball while (once again) feeling Jay Cutler's pain: 1. Robin Ventura generally says the right thing. And, more importantly, he almost always does the right thing. That’s why so many people are pulling for him to succeed as the White Sox’s manager.