Former White Sox Manager Robin Ventura Earns Degree From OSU – NBC Chicago


Former Sox manager Ventura gets degree from alma mater OSU originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Former Chicago White Sox manager and third baseman Robin Ventura can officially add college graduate to his resume.

Ventura completed his bachelor’s degree this week at Oklahoma State University, where he played college baseball for three seasons (1986-1988) and became one of NCAA’s all-time greatest players. He was one of five inaugural players selected to the College Baseball Hall of Fame in July 2006.

Ventura holds program records for career batting average (.428), hits (329), runs (300) and set an NCAA record with a 58-game hitting streak in 1987.

The Sox selected Ventura 10th overall in the 1988 amateur draft from OSU. He spent the first 10 seasons of his 16-year career in Major League Baseball with Chicago and returned to manage the team from 2012-2016.

The six-time Gold Glover came back to OSU in January 2020 to become a student assistant baseball coach for the Cowboys baseball team and primarily took undergraduate courses online while coaching.

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Former White Sox Manager Robin Ventura Earns Degree From OSU – NBC ChicagoFormer White Sox Manager Robin Ventura Earns Degree From OSU – NBC Chicago


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