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MARICOPA COUNTY, Ariz. — New White Sox supervisor Tony La Russa was charged with a DUI the day earlier than he was employed by the group, in keeping with court docket data.
The alleged incident occurred on Feb. 24 within the Phoenix space and was filed on Oct. 28, the day earlier than the White Sox hired the 76-year-old.
La Russa faces two DUI counts and reportedly had a BAC over .08, in keeping with court docket data. ESPN stories La Russa allegedly ran his automotive right into a curb, leaving it smoking on facet of the street.
The Sox introduced the hiring lower than three weeks faraway from parting methods with Rick Renteria.
La Russa had been arrested for a DUI earlier than. In 2007, he pleaded responsible to a misdemeanor DUI in Florida.
Some across the baseball world had been shocked by the announcement of La Russa’s rent, who hasn’t managed since 2011.
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