UPDATE: LaRussa Hired In Boston As Special AssistantThe 73-year-old La Russa served in a similar capacity with the Arizona Diamondbacks the past four seasons.
Tony La Russa Fears He May Be FiredDiamondbacks chief baseball officer says he is "most responsible person" for disappointing season
Ackerman, Brennan Winter Warm-Up RecapKMOX hosts Tom Ackerman and Charlie Brennan were live Monday morning with a string of interviews from the Winter Warm-Up.
LaRussa All Smiles Over Greinke SigningDiamondbacks chief baseball officer introduces new starting pitcher
TIAM Sunday October 4thI-T for women, endangered species, "Sicario", TLR's birthday and selfies at games.
Cardinals Care Dedicates Tony LaRussa FieldLaRussa calls it a "special honor."
Nick Punto Reunites With Tony LaRussaPlayer known as the "Shredder" during Cards 2011 World Series run follows ex-manager to Arizona.
LaRussa Picks New GM In ArizonaDave Stewart played for Diamondbacks' chief baseball officer in Oakland
Diamondbacks Fire General ManagerWhat does this mean for Arizona chief operating officer Tony LaRussa?
Cards Hold On For 7-6 VictoryAdam Wainwright picks up 15th win of season.
Hall of Fame Welcomes 6 New MembersLaRussa, Torre, Cox, Glavine, Maddux, Thomas enter baseball's sacred ground
Tony LaRussa Enters Baseball Hall of FameLongtime Cardinals manager is third all time in Major League Baseball wins

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