White Sox, Omar Vizquel Part Ways
Former significant class shortstop Omar Vizquel spent the past two seasons overseeing in the White Sox’s small time framework, however he and the association have gone separate ways on agreeable terms, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.
After his remarkable playing vocation reached a conclusion in 2012, Vizquel progressed to training. He ended up spending a consolidated five seasons as a significant association aide with the Tigers and Angels before joining the Chicago association preceding 2018. Vizquel dealt with the White Sox’s Single-A club that season, procuring Carolina League Manager of the Year praises, and afterward filled in as their Double-A captain this year.
It’s vague why Vizquel and the White Sox are currently moving in various ways, however the group’s chief of player improvement, Chris Getz, disclosed to Merkin that Vizquel was “a positive impact” during his time with the association. In any case, the different sides felt “the time had come to go separate ways.”
Vizquel has accumulated significant class administrative thought previously, having met with the Tigers in 2017 preceding their choice of Ron Gardenhire and the Angels in 2018 before they picked Brad Ausmus. Eight groups have looked for new captains this fall, however it doesn’t appear Vizquel has met with any of those clubs (at any rate not for an administrative activity). The Pirates are the main group left without a director.