Tony La Russa running out to confront Roberto Perez had Twitter in stitches

Tony La Russa running out to confront Roberto Perez had Twitter in stitches

Chicago not just won the video game 6-4 at Guaranteed Rate Field on Friday night, the White Sox took a nine-game lead over Cleveland in the AL Central race. The White Sox effectively traded for All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel from their crosstown competitor and their biggest hazard in the division had its own fire sale yesterday. We will be so really disappointed if the White Sox fail to reach the ALCS.
Here is to Lynn wearing a La Russa “knee-highing his ass off” t-shirt at his next interview.

Tony La Russa challenging Roberto Perez behind the plate was funny.
Perez is among the most pleasant gamers in baseball, so this required fight by the White Sox manager made it even funnier and all the more uneasy.

La Russa might have been out of the video game for 10 years, but he has the foot speed of a man 10 years his age. He might be a hall-of-fame manager with three different clubs, but the world really missed out on the power strolling champ that is La Russa in the 2020 Tokyo Games. While everyone had fun sharing the video with their own one-liners on Twitter, the champ of the world last night was White Sox pitcher Lance Lynn. I enjoy Tony La Russa. Chicago not only won the video game 6-4 at Guaranteed Rate Field on Friday night, the White Sox took a nine-game lead over Cleveland in the AL Central race.

I think Im a HUGE Tony La Russa person now. The White Sox beat the Guardians and now have a 9.0 game lead in the AL Central pic.twitter.com/dxDUDqG6ne.
— Vinnie Parise (@VinnieParise) July 31, 2021.

White Sox supervisor Tony La Russa challenges Roberto Pérez on the field after James Karinchak unintentionally strikes José Abreu on the helmet with a pitch.
In the consequences, Abreu embraces Karinchak on his way to very first base. pic.twitter.com/287unE8YoP.
— Bally Sports Cleveland (@BallySportsCLE) July 31, 2021.

Not just does replay never ever, ever get it right, however it has sadly deprived the basic public from skippers getting tossed on the regular in baseball. Long gone are the days of Bobby Cox, Lou Piniella and Earl Weave getting a little too fired up at your young boy blue for another botch-job of a call.

I love Tony La Russa. I wish to see him get fired up like that all the time! @SouthBurbHitmen.
— Joe Mandel (@JoeMandel) July 31, 2021.

Tony La Russa, Chicago White Sox. (Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports).
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Tony La Russa was booking it to madly satisfy Roberto Perez behind the plate last night.
If you ever wanted to see a 76-year-old male book it, just watch this remarkable emphasize of Chicago White Sox supervisor Tony La Russa going out onto the field to confront Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez after his star first baseman Jose Abreu got hit by a pitch.

La Russa may have run out the video game for 10 years, but he has the foot speed of a man 10 years his age. He might be a hall-of-fame supervisor with three different clubs, however the world actually lost out on the power strolling champ that is La Russa in the 2020 Tokyo Games. Do not lie to yourself. You know you would have seen the White Sox skipper bring back gold to the States.
Here is how Twitter reacted to La Russas need for speed, and sweet vengeance, on Friday night.

While everybody had a good time sharing the video with their own one-liners on Twitter, the champ of the world last night was White Sox pitcher Lance Lynn. Decked out in a #FreeBritney shirt, he stated his manager was “knee-highing his ass off”. What a time to be alive!