Last night, Guillen managed his last game for the Chicago White Sox. He is rumoured to be the next (first?) manager of the soon-to-be rebranded Miami Marlins, as that club enters their new stadium next season.
In the last 90 years, Guillen is the only manager to lead a Chicago team to a World Series title. And in his eight seasons as manager, the White Sox had a winning record five times. And just once did the Sox lose more than 90 games.
The White Sox next manager may be less of a headache. But he will also almost certainly be less colourful. And the White Sox will be lucky if he wins as much as Guillen did.
Data via baseball-reference.com; Red line represents 81 wins (.500 record)
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