When the White Sox last overcame a seven-plus-run deficit to win a game, per STATS LLC, Jerry Manuel stood as the team's manager, Matt Ginter was the pitcher of record and Paul Konerko hit two home runs during a 13-9 victory over the Cubs on June 28, 2002, after trailing 8-0. That moment in time held up until their 10-9 victory over the Tigers in 12 innings Monday night.
June 14, 2016
NEW YORK (AP) Former major league manager Jerry Manuel is taking on an increased role with Major League Baseball's on-field diversity task force.
Former Mets and White Sox manager Jerry Manuel is taking on a new challenge helping build a college program near where he grew up in Northern California. William Jessup University, a private four-year college in the Sacramento area, announced Wednesday that it's starting a baseball team and Manuel will help launch the program in a director of baseball operations role. Recruiting...
Via Associated Press
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