Sometimes, you just have to put your head on the other side of the pillow. You have to make change for change’s sake. Whoever said that’s not a good thing was dead wrong. It’s a mandatory thing. The feel-good story of the White Sox has been manager Robin Ventura, who had never coached or managed. After Thursday night’s rainout against Detroit, the Sox still have a one-game lead over the Tigers with 20 games left. What’s gotten them there has been Ventura’s quiet leadership, his selflessness. He’s no-nonsense, no ego. But while all those things are true, they aren’t really just about who Ventura is. They are also about who he’s not. A big part of why the White Sox are winning is that their manager is not Ozzie Guillen. They didn’t turn this thing around by hitting the reset button. No, it was the mute button. “Different times for different things,’’ said former Sox star Frank Thomas, who played with Ventura, and with (and for) Guillen. “Different personalities for different things. Ozzie did a wonderful job as a manager. He really did.’’ It’s too easy to let this story go off into nicey-nice fiction here. The truth is that… Read full this story
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