LaRussa Calls it Quits

by on February 13th, 2011
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After 33 years of managing, Tony LaRussa, 67, announced his retirement this morning.
Within those 33 years, He managed the Chicago White Sox, Oakland As, and the St. Louis Cardinals.
Here in a break-down of his accomplishments he’d acheived as manager in Major League Baseball.
- He won American League Manager of the Year three times and National League Manager of the Year once.
- He has 11 division titles under his belt.
- Six pennants (three with the As and three with the Cardinals).
- Three World championships (1989 with the As, 2006 and 2011 with the Cardinals).
- 70 post season wins.
- Finally, 2,728 regular season wins.


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