Hahn embraces GM role
CHICAGO – For as long as Rick Hahn dreamed of becoming a general manager in the majors, let alone for his hometown White Sox, it still has not sunk in yet.
But the honeymoon is already over for Hahn, who was named the Sox’s GM and senior vice president Friday as Ken Williams was promoted to executive vice president. While the move only just became official, Hahn had been working the past few weeks as the club’s GM.
Hahn said one reason he wanted to become a GM was to play an impactful role in helping deliver a World Series title to an organization. He won’t have to wait long to put his mark on the organization. With the World Series under way, players become free agents immediately after the series ends and teams can begin signing other teams’ free agents six days later.
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