Miguel Cairo will continue to lead the Chicago White Sox until the end of the current Major League season.
Cairo took over the reins of the Chisox at the end of August after health problems presented by veteran manager Tony La Russa.
In a statement published by the Chicago team, he assured that after undergoing additional tests, doctors have recommended that La Russa not return to the team for the remainder of the season.
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In the same text, the group ratifies that Cairo will remain as the manager of the white-legged, Chicago has 11 games left to play in the harvest.
Although his ninth is far behind in the American League Central Division pennant.