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The Chicago White Sox have found their replacement for Ozzie Guillen. The Sox have named two-time All-Star third baseman Robin Ventura as their new manager. The 44-year-old spent the first 10 seasons of his 16-year big league career with Chicago.

The six-time Gold Glove winner also played for the Mets, Yankees and Dodgers. He takes over for Guillen, who was released from his contract during the final week of the season to become manager of the Florida Marlins. The White Sox finished third in the AL Central this season at 79-and-83, 16 games out of first

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