As the Chicago White Sox continue to play without their manager, who has not obtained medical clearance to return, he will do the same thing on Wednesday.
In a video conference on Tuesday, Sox general manager Rick Hahn, who is recovering after testing positive for COVID-19, said: “He’ll be watching in person and obviously won’t be managing and not in uniform.” “As for if and when that might happen, we simply don’t know at this stage, and ultimately we’re going to understandably heed the counsel of medical professionals on this one. We are currently getting ready the same way we have over the previous two weeks for this series and the foreseeable future. It’s going well so far, and the coaches and (acting manager Miguel Cairo) deserve a lot of credit.
Since August 30, when the team revealed La Russa would not manage due to the advice of his doctors, the Sox had won nine of their last 13 games going into Tuesday. The team declared him out indefinitely the next day.
Liam Hendriks, the Sox closer, said, “To be honest, it’s simply how we’re playing.” Nothing much has changed around here, really. We still still have faith in every single person in this clubhouse and have confidence in them to perform their jobs well. If I don’t finish it, the person behind me does it right away. And there is the distinction.
One swing here and there that is dropping in for us now but wasn’t earlier this year are the rallying cries, and