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Coop Follows Suit, Goes On His Own Rant

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Don Cooper will finish the season as White Sox manager. (Photo Credit: Getty Images, By: Dave Sandford)

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(WSCR) The White Sox have obviously reached a boiling point.

Not even 11 hours after Ozzie Guillen snapped following Wednesday night’s 2-1 loss in Kansas City, Don Cooper lost it on the Mully and Hanley Show on 670 The Score.

“I have no clue about that. I’m a coach,” Cooper said after being asked if Dayan Viciedo could help the team. “Do I feel like something (has to be done)? Yeah, we have to score some runs. We gotta find a way to score some runs. That’s what’s gotta be done. And if we do, we have a chance to win. And if we don’t, we won’t.

“Nice try asking me to bring up (bleeping) Viciedo. I’m not in charge of making moves, you know. I’m in charge of coaching.”

Cooper then hung up.

LISTEN: Don Cooper goes off on The Mully and Hanley Show

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