What’s In A Count

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With all of this talk about swinging away on a 3-0 count, it seems like a good idea to go over the twelve different possible counts in baseball so as to avoid upsetting Tony La Russa. While La Russa is not the only one who is upset about Yermin Mercedes hitting a home run on […] READ MORE


Tony La Russa Pleads Guilty to Reckless Driving

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Charges Announced for Tony La Russa in Wreckless Driving Case Monday, Chicago White Sox skipper Tony La Russa plead guilty in court to wreckless driving. The Chicago Tribune had the entire story here. Furthermore, it all steams from the incident which took place in Arizona in February of this year. Additionally, the announcement came following […] READ MORE


Chicago White Sox Hire Tony La Russa

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The Chicago White Sox have hired a new manager for 2020. They have brought Tony La Russa out of retirement to serve as skipper. The team relieved manager Rick Renteria after exiting the playoffs. The White Sox announced the move Thursday afternoon. Tony La Russa, a member of baseball’s Hall of Fame, the third-winningest manager […] READ MORE


St. Louis Cardinals’ Team of the Century

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St. Louis Cardinals fans have been blessed with a successful organization for most of the team’s history. However, the new millennium marked a shift in culture, a new era for the historic franchise. Every Cardinals team following the 1982 World Series title had been clouded by both close calls and mediocre finishes. However, the hiring […] READ MORE


Bruce Bochy to Retire at End of 2019 Season

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San Francisco Giants manager, Bruce Bochy, announced his retirement following the conclusion of the upcoming season. Throughout 24, soon to be 25, years as a major league manager, Bochy has amassed close to 2,000 wins, including four National League Pennants and three World Series titles. An 83-79 record in 2019 will move Bochy ahead of […] READ MORE


Tony La Russa Out as Chief Baseball Officer in Arizona

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The Arizona Diamondbacks 2016 season was a trainwreck, and apparently so was the front office. Tony La Russa was the only member of Baseball Operations and Management to stay within the organization, with both Chip Hale and Dave Stewart fired on Monday. La Russa is now no longer the President of Baseball Operations, and was offered an […] READ MORE