Now, that course the main caption, uh, doesn't represent what? The news, actually.
But I had to break news from people right now for anyone else Did breaking news? Tony LaRosa will be new manager of the White Sox.
How about that now, Tony LaRosa, of course, having an incredible season with the Cardinal is making an incredible championship run Cardinals, including the Diamondbacks, Red Sox and Los Angeles Angel's creating every single team into a star component.
Tony LaRosa, of course.
Um, before Marcus Stroman was like in every single and being that he saw.
That said, Tony LaRosa would be a great candid for the next coaching next couple of years.
And basically Tony LaRosa has gotten even signed for the White Sox.
But here's my thing about, but this stuff the White Sox right now, going through a lot.
White Sox got things going for the mind, Of course, like they got well, let's go with something simple.
They got a star team that could not finish through for the wild card.
That's something, of course, we all gotta watch out.
That's a serious problem, but this is definitely breaking news to get out there for sure.
But right now, we're still getting more news on this.
But so far, Tony LaRosa, of course.
Chicago White Sox are a huge team.
Take starting job with.
But we got even more news.
Um, you guys can check this out with me on the ESPN app and and on CBS, of course.
We got so much going on right now, it's tough to keep up with.
But right now we're still getting more on Tony LaRosa.
So, um, signing so far? Of course, this is means Tony LaRosa.
Really? You cannot.
You cannot not get this one off.
You cannot just avoid this.
I would say this this type of information out there, This is definitely something that we need to put in there. Really.
But right now, of course, we got so much stuff going on in the world.
And now we got Tony LaRosa being signed right there.
But we're going to give you the information right now.
Tony LaRosa has been hired as the new manager.
Now, this is the Chicago White Sox tweet coming in.
Thanks so much cup king for coming in.
This is the Chicago White Sox tweet.
That did come in here about the signing of Tony LaRosa.
Here it is Tony LaRosa, a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, the third witness winning this manager in baseball history.
Ah, three time World Series champion and four time winner off manager of of the year, where he's got so much that that's just incredible.
Part about it has been named the new manager Chicago White Sox.
And right now this is huge news right now.
But if you are on Twitter right now, there are some very dislikable things that are coming out right now from this.
But right now, this is coming in here.
Chicago White sauce introduce him.
But so far, let's get the background here.
Which only worlds, of course.
Winning the 2000 and 11 World Series with the scene and Louis Cardinals.
He jumped past Astros skipper Dusty Baker, age 71 for the title of the oldest manager in baseball.
The oldest manager in the MLB history was Connie Mack, who worked until he was 87.
How about that now? So it's been a while since LaRussa pulled the strings and the dugout.
He's one of the more decorated managers in recent MLB history.
He started with the right socks in 1979 managing parts of eight seasons with them.
He also managed parts of 10 years with the Athletics and 16 4 years with the Cardinals, which is definitely why his World Series run was so important for him.
Along the way, he won 12 division titles, six pennants and free world serious championships that we will get to a just a second.
But on Lee Mack and John McCraw have one mortgage aims than LaRussa's 2000, 2728 and his Onley 25 away from tying McCraw when it comes to playoff winds.
Onley Joe Tories 84 are more than LaRussa, 70 Onley five managers have one more for World Siri's or penance, then LaRussa.
Now, no question that this is gonna be an interesting decision.
I mean, we were just coming off the huge news that standing gun he's been hired us to pelicans Coach.
I'd like to relate that also to this subject right now, except Tony LaRosa is the whole entire different story for sure.
Um, there's thing that Tony LaRosa is going to get these guys, um, at least past the wild card. That's what I'm expecting.
This guy is a really.
If you're a baseball player, then it can come down to age.
But if you are a manager or coach, it does not come down to age.
It comes down toe wisdom.
It comes down to Do you know the game.
Can you help this team get past the wild card? Can you help this team move on? That's how it works.
So there's gonna be some people out there they're going to say, Well, that's just I don't want to see him out there.
I don't want to see him.
Let's say, uh, end up like Connie Mack worked until he was 87.
That's not the point of this right now.
Point of this is that this guy has the wisdom that could take this team all the way to the World Series.
I gotta say now I got a lot of things coming in back and forth with some people coming in, And Tony LaRosa is not the best move no one likes.
It's called Tony LaRosa.
Tony LaRosa, How about you guys? When over 2000 when straight away.
This guy is definitely the mastermind of the MLB.
If you think coaching, you think coaching? Maybe Tony LaRosa may not come to your mind.
Maybe if you don't know that much about MLB.
Maybe the first thing that comes to your mind, this baby Babe Ruth.
But if you think coaching the MLB, Tony LaRosa should be the first thing that comes to your mind.
Because first off, he's got He does have some catchy name, I got to say, Second off, he's been there for so long.
He's been doing this for so long.
It's pretty remarkable as a guy, Um, I think he is catching into OK, thanks so much.
Cup King 310 here as we got Robert in here.
But we also have Sammy.
Thanks so much for coming in here to the broadcast.
Here is Tony LaRosa.
Tony LaRosa will be the new manager of the White Sox here, but so far.
Now, listen, I noticed some of my friends here are some one school right now, but I'll try to see if we can try to get some guys in here to try to discuss on what's going on here.
I'll be trying to make making some cost if someone can get in here.
But so far, this is huge news.
I know it's huge news to them.
So Tony LaRosa will be the new manager of the Chicago White Sox here.
But so far, let's go for this team.
Let's go for his skills and because this is a huge question right now.
How will LaRosa skills translate with nine seasons of not doing the job? Of course, he did have his final times with the Cardinals, and it's been since then, and now he's finally returning.
So right now, of course, there's a huge headline.
But does he still have that in him from taking that much of a break? Now, of course, especially with such a young and talented team heading into 2020.
The White Sox hadn't had a winning record since 2000 and 12 when LaRosa left, but they went 35 25 this season.
The core includes veteran M V P and and, if you can, it for sure, Jose Abreu, you with veteran Cy Young contender Dallas cycle utter star collaborator, veteran like Tim Anderson grand doll Lucas Giolito, along with exciting and talented young superstars like Juan Machado, ANAs and Louis Robert.
There are plenty of reasons for these excitement for the White Sox moving on.
I think that is going to be the main thing to watch out practice.
Um, let's go for this right now.
Main teams to watch.
You would say Steve Nash and the Nets will be the main basketball team.
Watch running Stan Van Gundy and the Pelicans would be to maintain a watch.
Same reason I'm going to say, Tony LaRosa and the White Sox.
They're gonna be the maintain the watch I, if you can.
If you are that gutsy right now, you might as well just by the Chicago Sports Network and watch all the White Sox games because, I mean, I'm not gonna do it.
But if you guys really want to do that, that will be something interesting to watch Tony LaRosa keep his winning going on for this time.
It's been so much of just a gas there when you watch Tony LaRosa, um in the dugout coach and everyone because the first space culture, of course, doing his job throughout thing at Tony LaRosa on the side, and he's making signs he's calling out.
He's calling out the third base guy.
Okay? And then this would mean, like, slide, Get down.
Something like that.
So this is basically this is really how exciting this is because they got a bunch of speedy guys not toe not mention Tim Anderson.
We're just definitely gonna be God, I see improving this year.
But I think that the main picture, including this year, is gonna be the top guy Is Lucas Giolito Now, of course, Lucas Giolito does have his whole entire background.
Of course, he is a star in the MLB, but does not get mentioned that much.
Um, first off, just going to go through something.
Um, this guy is a 26 year old star player.
This guy's only 26 years old.
This guy can really improve to the top of his game.
This one, I think really sure that we're going to stay from this young guy.
So basically, right now, I'm just gonna take a quick break and we'll be right back with more action.
Just one second, So I just one second just taking a quick break here as we are getting more information.
I just got a little bit of an update.
You're just a second ago.
What? This area? Tony LaRosa is coming into Chicago right now, getting him ready.
But so far, this is one of those guys that you see in the stands.
China's vice, the season tickets and gets on his wife Basic.
That's where you're going to see him.
But right now, definitely something I'd not think of staying here out this guy.
I just want to thank you so much. Kobe.
We do have breaking news. And you're right now, Joseph.
Um, Tony, it's a new manager.
The White Sox here.
Huge news coming in here right now.
But so far we are getting this in.
Hay was a Hall of Famer.
Had his Hall of Fame career.
Um, he's already a Hall of Famer and somehow still making that moved up.
But so far so far.
What socks and their manager Renteria course did leave before this.
Peca, You guys in No, Dad by now, this is, uh And then I was pretty much a big move because White Sox, we're looking pretty good for out.
But I see something happening here.
I see something that may be interesting here, but I'm so far sorry.
Just one second.
Okay, we're getting a lot of news coming in.
But of course, Chicago did lose in that wild car, 2 to 1 against the Oakland A's and all they needed.
All they needed was just one there, but just one win throughout those two games, and they still could not pull it off.
Um, yeah, But so far, of course, Hey, has had the I'll say when it comes down. Thio.
October, You would think of Jackson, of course, from the A's.
But the thing is, we're talking about managers.
Managers need the credit.
Tony LaRosa deserves to be mentioned.
Well, right now, we're still still getting way more news on this right now.
But of course, the coronavirus may be an interesting thing for LaRosa right now.
This may be very interesting, especially because of his age coming in.
This may be something that they may talk about, especially in the Chicago.
Where has been hot spot for sure So But so far we do have the A's coming in right now.
Of course, the is there gonna be a top matchup that they're gonna be going up against a lot So we'll see what happens there.
Because, of course, um, of of course, that maybe something interesting, Thio But so far, we do have more stuff coming in right now.
But basically, all this has been so far, it's just recall in the facts so far.
Tony LaRosa, sis off course.
Um, phenomena basically, uh, seasons that he's had with cardinals.
With everything going on from there, it's definitely been something.
But right now, we're still getting more on this.
We're still getting more information.
There's still more going on.
There's still bunch of stuff coming in.
But right now, Tony LaRosa is definitely the guy that we're looking at right now looking for more information on.
But right now, we're still checking in on some stuff.
Here is of course, um yeah, crazy topic to be going on to, but right now, this waas this first day afternoon, this was called out and of course, just gonna send out the tweet that did come in from the White Sox That did bring the news in that did bring it out.
Tony LaRosa, a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame and for William, is major one for winning US manager in baseball history of three time World Series champion and a four time winner of the Manager of the Year award, has been named the new manager of the Chicago and new manager of the Chicago White Sox.
He is now, of course, um, he is gonna have to go up against a bunch of matches against the Astros.
That's definitely gonna be something to watch.
Tony LaRosa going back at it against the Astros has said, I'm gonna be something to watch, for sure, but so far, Tony LaRosa Season, um, again 76 year old guy, 76 year old guy.
You guys gotta put that into play here.
This guy has passed Dusty Baker.
Right now, of course, I really enjoy Dusty Baker. Especially.
He was a coach of the Nets, and I understand that, especially Marlins fan, but he still didn't have such such an incredible coaching career, for sure, But right now, as we get down to it, Tony LaRosa sees nice, crafted up Tony LaRosa this whole entire year.
It's all going to depend on this nine years without coaching.
He's off with the Cardinals.
This is something we're gonna wanna watch.
But so far from den got a bunch of stuff going on throughout.
But right now, we're still looking in on some things here.
Um, as ah, seeing this here, of course.
Um, listen, I don't know if he's actually going for Joe Tories record.
That could be something to watch out for if he actually does.
That was something he actually starts going for Joe Tories record.
That would be pretty cool.
That would be pretty awesome if he actually does that.
But right now, right now, we're still getting more.
I'm still looking at a bunch of website that's there now, still trying to get more information Dr.
One here because, uh, I mean, this is huge right now that we're actually getting sent in, and I've been breaking news from Steve Nash skin the job standing gunny from getting the job, and I'm Tony Rose to taking the spot.
This is I had no idea it was going to be seeing this here, but right now, Still going to try to get some more stuff on this.
And if we don't find anything else, I think we may just and this dream here.
But so far we ever called every single I would say Moment of Tony Leros is, um, whole entire season.
I would say whole entire career, I would point out right now, but so that, um, so far out there we go.
More news here. Coming in from Tony LaRosa.
One call that out is it is basically just Rick up in the timeline so far of him.
So far, that's really all it's been.
And I am trying to find some more information for you guys because we're really trying to break. This is here.
We're really trying to get more on this, but, uh, right now, of course, um, let's just go over this one more time here.
Um, White Sox Jose Radio Jose Very.
Contender we got say, um, of course.
Dallas Kaiko, who has been Cy Young contender.
Um, I've always looked at Lucas Giolito as a top top guy to look for a top guy to like, uh, I would say, expand is learning as a picture.
Really? And that's really what Tony LaRosa really helped out with for him.
I gotta say, Tim Anderson, maybe a top guy.
Just running the bases, I think, is something of Tony La Russa's criteria.
I think that would be something to watch out for, for sure if you can get anything there.
But, um, right now I'm just going to get a little more information.
We'll be right back here very quick.
I'm surprised there, but we have gone through every single bit of information here that we confined so far for out this.
And I'm very surprised about that.
I'm actually pretty.
I'm angry about that because I was really looking for a lot coming in from this.
But listen, um, right now we've got a bunch of we've been talking about.
Of course, that forces age.
So far, we've been talking about the White Sox team.
We've talked about Tony the Roses whole entire timeline.
I gotta say it's been ah, bunch of information to go through, but right now, 2000 and 728 wins is what Tony LaRosa holds so far.
What are we going to see? How that can we see more? Can we see him hit 2800? Can we see him get, Let's say, for any more wins.
I bet you, if you will, I think that's easy requests coming in from Tony LaRosa.
But question is, how long will he do it? And is he going for that 3000 and wins for baseball? Will he do it? That's definitely from the watch out course he had Albert Pujols for a while and our pool host breaking records, of course.
Uh, Ken Tony LaRosa do the same with a new team, of course.
Our pool house transferring over to the Angels.
Tony Rosa taking us about the White Sox.
Wet socks, of course.
A big time team to watch out for.
And I'm pretty sure it's gonna do it here for us.
I don't like thinking when I came in here like thank Cup Cup King free 10 And thanks for the tip there.
To Sammy, Sam and Kobi Beef.
200 Joseph, for coming into the broadcast here.
Like to thank everyone who came in here so far.
Of course, 23 people that were in here today.
This is your breaking news headline.
Tony LaRosa will be the new manager of the Chicago White Sox.
Huge news coming in.
And, of course, we will be sure to keep this conversation going for a while.
Um, I'm still in shock right now.
When I saw the headline really was freaking out at the time, that was definitely something that I need to get out here right now.
But thank you, everyone for coming in here.
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