Paul Sullivan: Tony La Russa’s return to White Sox couldn’t have started much worse. But if he guides them to a World Series title, all will be forgiven.

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CHICAGO — In a perfect world, the Chicago White Sox would be celebrating the return of Tony La Russa with a marketing campaign centered around the Hall of Fame manager. With a team poised to make a run at the World Series for the first time in more than a decade, the addition of a veteran manager with a record like La Russa’s should be seen as the final piece of the Sox puzzle. But the Sox couldn’t have asked for a more painful rollout to the La Russa reboot. The initial reaction to the hiring of a 76-year-old manager who has been out of the dugout since 2011 was harsh, to say the least, and t…

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