Thursday, October 6, 2016

Greatest White Sox Team of All-Time, Managers-- Part 13: Guillen and Lamont

The winner of best relief pitcher was Hoyt Wilhelm.


In eight seasons as White Sox manager, Guillen posted a winning percentage of .524 and won 678 games, third-most in team history.

Guillen's Sox won 99 games in 2005 and went 11-1 in post season en route to the Sox's first World Series Championship in 88 years.


  Lamont led the Sox to back-to-back division titles in 1993 and 1994.

In his four seasons as manager, the Sox never finished worse than third and he posted a winning percentage of .551.

I still say the Sox would have been in the World Series in '94 had it not been for the strike.  That was one great team.


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