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White Sox coach Jerry Narron brings an impressive aesthetic to lineup cards

CHICAGO (CBS) -- If you have seen a picture of the White Sox lineup card over the last two seasons, you have probably noticed they are a little different – with handwriting evocative of ye olde tymes. As CBS 2's Matt Zahn reported Tuesday, it is the artwork of White Sox Major League instructor Jerry Narron – and he has been at it for a long time. Narron has a specific color scheme. "The right-handed batters go in black, I do the switch hitters in blue, and the right-handed hitters in red," he said.But that's far from the...
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Chicago White Sox hire Jerry Narron as instructor on Tony La Russa's staff

CHICAGO -- Former Texas Rangers and Cincinnati Reds manager Jerry Narron was hired by the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday as a major league instructor on manager Tony La Russa's staff. Narron was 291-341 over parts of five seasons managing Texas (2001-02) and Cincinnati (2005-07). The 65-year-old has spent 26...
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White Sox add Jerry Narron as major league instructor

(670 The Score) The White Sox have hired former MLB manager Jerry Narron as a major league instructor, they announced Wednesday. Narron, 65, previously managed the Rangers (2001-’02) and Reds (2005-’07) and has served as a bench coach for five different organizations, including most recently the Red Sox in 2020. Narron is a former catcher who was an eight-year MLB veteran, so he’ll help work with that position group.
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