CC Sabathia is not a fan of Tony La Rossa at the moment. Sabathia went on an absolute speech against the White Sox manager on a recent episode of R2C2 podcast he hosts with Ryan Ruocco (warning: This link contains NSFW language). Former Yankees player La Rossa described La Rosa as “out of reach” and criticized his handling of Yermaine Mercedes’s decision to swing 3-0 in Chicago’s victory. Tony La Rossa is far from the game. He shouldn’t have run one of the best teams in MLS this period. The fact that Tim Anderson, their captain, had to go to Instagram and step up for his teammate. Like yeah, the game isn’t over, if you’re going to put an off-center player there to throw, guess what? If he were to shatter – over the board, we would open the tee. Put a 10-game rule in there if you don’t want to see people getting embarrassed, and you don’t want to see players center on the field, people swing 3-0 in stadiums and all that – then make it 10-Rules of Running until the f-ing game is over and you don’t have these rules Unwritten stupid. And now, you have a rookie who was carrying your first team for the first six weeks of the season, this guy was carrying you. And now, you have no problem with the weird Minnesota Twins donkey throwing behind one of your biggest hitters? This is just stupid. It’s a stupid period. I’m sorry. This s – terrible. He shouldn’t be running this team. If you aren’t going up and getting your players back, what’s the point of being the White Sox manager? S— stupid as f—, sorry. MORE: La Russa gets an unlikely endorsement from Smash MouthSabathia has scored a lot of good points, but the highlight is La Russa has not returned to Mercedes after the twins threw at him. At the very least, La Russa had to defend their player after that incident. Instead, he chose to claim the twins were right to dump them behind Mercedes, and this exposed him to the risk of losing the dressing room. However, whatever Sabathia or others’ opinion of La Russa, the 76-year-old Hall of Famer will likely continue serving as White Sox’s manager. After all, the apple of the owner’s eye was Jerry Rinsdorf during the 2020-21 MLB season, but that doesn’t make Sabathia’s sermon more comfortable for those who are tired of the unwritten rules of baseball and those, like La Russa protecting them.