Chicago White Sox manager gets a pacemaker

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Jul 29, 2017
midwest US
And he is out for the rest of the season, indefinitely. Odd thing, I had a premonition that he would be gone. Tony LaRussa is in the news...a hall of fame baseball manager, age 77.
And yet the feedback is that fans are indifferent and some don't want him back. Not sensitive at all. Some players dont want him back.
His rookie replacement has improved the team...with a chance for winning the division.
Ironic. Sox fans can be very critical...especially because of the teams mediocre record this year. As a Sox fan, I wish him well and return to his job.