The odds for the next White Sox manager: Bruce Bochy’s early favorites

The putative future Hall of Fame member could replace a current member as the next manager of the Chicago White Sox.

After Tony La Russa retired from the White Sox for health reasons, long-time San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy has been named a front-runner to return from retirement and lead Chicago in 2023. rice field.

Bochy managed the San Diego Padres for 12 seasons (1995-2006) and the Giants for the next 13 before retiring following the 2019 season. He led the Padres to the National League Pennant and the Giants to his three World Series titles. The 67-year-old Bochy’s all-time record is his 2,003-2,029.

Bochy was listed as the 5-1 favorite to be the next White Sox manager by SportsBetting.ag. Right behind him with 6 wins and 1 loss is Sandy Alomar Jr., who appeared in 265 games in 20 years of his major league career (1988-his 2007) with the White Sox in three stints. is.

Alomar has been on the coaching staff at Cleveland since 2010, stepping in as interim manager to end the 2012 season, replacing fired Manny Acta, who recorded a 3-3 record.

White Sox next manager odds

Bruce Bochy 5-1

Sandy Alomar Jr. 6-1

Carlos Beltran 7-1

Matt Quatraro 15-2

Freddy Gonzalez 8-1

Joe Espada 9-1

Miguel Cairo 10-1

Joe Girardi 12-1

AJ Pierzynski 14-1

George Lombard 16-1

Willie Harris 16-1

Joe Maddon 18-1

Ozzy Gillen 18-1

AJ Hinch 20-1

Curtis Granderson 20-1

Eduardo Perez 20-1

Jim Torme 20-1

Mike Shilt 20-1

Chris Getz 25-1

Carlos Beltran, who took over as manager of the New York Mets in late 2019, has the third-lowest odds with a 7-1 record. The Mets fired him the following January, citing his involvement in the Houston Astros cheating scandal.The 45-year-old Beltran said he played seven teams over 20 seasons (1998-2017). Although he played for White, he did not play for the Sox.

The White Sox compete with other teams for the top spot. The Kansas City Royals fired manager Mike Matheny Wednesday night, and Don Mattingly and the Miami Marlins have already announced he won’t be returning in 2023. Toronto, Philadelphia, Texas has also been assigned an interim manager.

Beltran, who won the American League Rookie of the Year with the Royals in 1999, is the frontrunner with a 4-1 record in Kansas City.

La Lusa resigned on August 30 for health reasons, and bench coach Miguel Cairo finished the season as acting manager with an 18-16 record. General manager Rick Hahn said Cairo will be interviewing for a full-time job this week.

–Field level media

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