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Iguchi eyes ‘Sweet Home Chicago’

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When he retired as a pro in 2017, Tadahito Iguchi, the second baseman for the Chicago White Sox’s 2005 World Series champs, said he someday hopes to be back in a Sox uniform.

“Yes. That’s my dream,” the second-year Lotte Marines manager said in March.

 

 

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11 hours ago, ron883 said:

Knowing Jerry he'll give Tadahito a lifetime contract off the bat and then let him bang his wife after

  This is uncalled for. 

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10 hours ago, kitekrazy said:

  This is uncalled for. 

Seriously I agree, no need for that shit....😒

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23 hours ago, ron883 said:

Knowing Jerry he'll give Tadahito a lifetime contract off the bat and then let him bang his wife after

What an unbelievably idiotic thing to say

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23 hours ago, soxfan2014 said:

In all seriousness, could he join as an ambassador role similar to Contreras?

That would be my hope. I thought Shingo and Tadahito would help us establish an NPB pipeline but it seems most of them only want to play on the west coast. Or their arms fall off soon after they get here. It also doesn't seem like hitters make the jump at all anymore (besides Ohtani).

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Just now, kitekrazy said:

He could be an instructor.

And a good one given his grasp of the fundamentals which are stressed in Japan. But Omar is next in line to manage the Sox when they let Ricky go.

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