When the White Sox season ends in a week, the front office will be faced with one confounding question.
Big expectations deteriorated into unacceptable results in 2015, and general manager Rick Hahn said this month that the club was "evaluating everything" when it comes to offseason changes. Of course, that includes the leadership of manager Robin Ventura and his coaching staff.
Many arguments can be made for and against retaining Ventura. Here are a few.
Against Ventura: Through Friday, the Sox were 294-346 with Ventura as manager, a .459 winning percentage. They haven't made the playoffs in his...