CHICAGO (AP) — Susceptible Texas Rangers and Cincinnati Reds supervisor Jerry Narron was hired by the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday as a most important league instructor on supervisor Tony La Russa’s staff.
Narron was 291-341 over parts of 5 seasons managing Texas (2001-02) and Cincinnati (2005-07). The 65-12 months-extinct has spent 26 years on most important league instructing staffs, along with a stint in 2020 as the Boston Red Sox’s bench coach.
Narron was with Milwaukee from 2011-15, when catcher Jonathan Lucroy had some of his finest seasons. The 2-time All-Smartly-known person agreed to a minor league take care of the White Sox last week after taking half in in correct one game for Boston in 2020.
A catcher, Narron performed parts of eight seasons with the Modern York Yankees (1979), Seattle Mariners (1980-81, ’87) and California Angels (1983-86).
Kruk spent the past two seasons as an assistant athletic coach for the White Sox. He’s entering his 13th season within the organization.
Chicago also promoted James Kruk to transfer athletic coach and Brett Walker to director of rehabilitation.
Walker joined the organization in 2014 and spent the past two years as their most important league physical therapist and assistant athletic coach.
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