It's somewhat poetic that the Nationals will roll into Chicago with Mike Rizzo under the heat lamp. I don't have a good feel for who's at fault, because Riggleman has never been known as an in-demand strategist. But given what happened with Rizzo and Kenny Williams with the Edwin Jackson-Adam Dunn situation last year, it seems like the Nationals' front office does have some problems with indecisiveness.
Also, I wonder if this will give Ozzie Guillen any ideas.
This is the second time this season the White Sox will face a team that just made a midseason managerial change. They took three out of four from Oakland in Bob Melvin's first series at the helm June 9-12.
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