Chicago White Sox: It wasn't so long ago that there was serious talk about Wally Backman becoming the manager of the Chicago White Sox. Now, he's not even the manager of their Double A affiliate in Birmingham anymore. Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune writes that Backman feels he has been railroaded out of his job unfairly. He feels that management bought into a story that he wished the big club ill fortune so that he could grab the job of manager Jerry Manuel, since replaced by Ozzie Guillen.
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