The Chicago White Sox have found their replacement for Ricky Renteria, the manager who was let go earlier this month.
Tony La Russa will be at the helm of next year's team, and there is a lot of speculation as to what will happen in his return to baseball. La Russa ranks third in all-time manager wins with 2,728, falling behind Connie Mack(3,731) and John McGraw(2,763). La Russa has won 6 pennants in his time as a skipper with the Chicago White Sox, Oakland A’s, and St. Louis Cardinals which earned him a spot in Cooperstown in 2014. La Russa first started his managerial career on the South Side in 1979 and retired in 2011.