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Walt Weiss steering surprising Rockies

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Talking to Walt Weiss on the phone, I could have sworn I was talking to Tony La Russa. “I want these guys to enjoy the competition,” said Weiss, the Rockies’ new manager. Weiss played for La Russa in Oakland at the start of his career. He played for Bobby Cox in Atlanta at the end. And evidently, he learned a few things from the two future Hall of Fame managers. (FOX Sports)

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