The Chicago White Sox’s disappointing season is starting to take its toll on the coaching staff.
During his weekly spot on The Mully & Hanley Show (WSCR 670AM), Chicago White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper abruptly ended the interview after he was asked about prospect Dayan Viciedo, according to the Chicago Tribune:
“I have no clue about that. I’m a coach,” Cooper fumed during his session on “The Mully & Hanley Show” on WSCR-AM 670. “Do I feel like something (needs to be done)? Yeah, we have to score some runs. That’s what’s got to be done. And if we do, we have a chance to win. And if we don’t, we won’t.
“Nice try, asking me to bring up (bleeping) Viciedo. I’m not in charge of making moves, I’m in charge of coaching.”
When host Brian Hanley told Cooper that he wasn’t trying to put him on the spot, Cooper hung up.”
And here we thought Ozzie Guillen was the only White Sox’s coach with a temper …
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