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Steve Stone defends Tony La Russa — and shifts the blame to the cameraman — for the Chicago White Sox manager apparently dozing off during a game

Steve Stone apparently isn' t a fan of the cameraman who showed Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa seemingly dozing off in the dugout during the first inning of a game earlier this week. Stone, the longtime Sox analyst, appeared Thursday on the" Parkins and Spiegel Show" on WSCR-AM 670 and was ...
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Did Tony La Russa seriously fall asleep in the FIRST inning of the Chicago White Sox game Monday night?

As of right now, the Chicago White Sox are in good position to make the playoffs, sitting just three games back of the Minnesota Twins in the AL Central and just three games out of a Wild Card spot. The rest of their schedule could be classified as "favorable," and they still have nine games against the Twins. For most teams, it's all you could ask for at this time of the year: a chance to make a run.
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Internet calls out Tony La Russa for nearly falling asleep during White Sox game

Wake up, Tony! The internet had some fun at the expense of White Sox manager Tony La Russa Monday night as the manager, 77, appeared close to nodding off during the first inning of his team’s game against the Royals. As the NBC Sports Chicago cameras cut to La Russa in the bottom of the first, he appeared to flutter his eyes as if he couldn’t keep them open. The internet pounced on the opportunity to laugh at the veteran manager. “He’s falling asleep and it’s the first inning!!!!” Twitter user Moscow Mike said. “@whitesox please do something about this!!!” “Tony La Russa falling asleep...
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Should the Chicago White Sox fire Tony La Russa?

The question, though, isn’t will the Chicago White Sox fire La Russa – it’s should they. This author had reservations when La Russa was hired. Not because of his age, but because it was unclear if his old-school attitude would fit with a team built around having fun. Also, his time away from the dugout – over a decade – was a concern. However, he is a proven winner and perhaps his experience and past success would help him guide the team out of the rebuilding era and into its championship window.
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