Chicago White Sox supervisor Tony La Russa has actually been cleared by physicians to take a trip from his house in Phoenix to Oakland for Sunday’s jersey retirement event for previous Sports pitcher Dave Stewart, the group stated in a declaration Saturday early morning.
La Russa, 77, has actually been missing out on from the Sox dugout given that Aug. 30 due to the fact that of heart-related concerns and still isn’t cleared to handle, however he will participate in the event and fly back to Chicago with the group following their series in Oakland.
Stewart and La Russa are buddies returning to the late ’80s when La Russa was his supervisor.
The White Sox are 8-3 in La Russa’s lack with bench coach Miguel Cairo at the helm while the Hall of Popularity supervisor has actually been out. The group did not show a schedule for La Russa’s go back to handling, however indications indicate him resuming his responsibilities in the future.
The White Sox (71-68) go into play Saturday 1 1/2 video games behind the Minnesota Twins for top place in the AL Central.