CHICAGO (AP) -The Chicago White Sox hired Jeff Cox as their third-base coach and Juan Nieves as their bullpen coach on Tuesday.
The 51-year-old Cox, who spent the past two seasons as the Pittsburgh Pirates' third-base coach, worked with White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen on the Florida Marlins' and Montreal Expos' coaching staffs.
Nieves spent the past nine seasons as a pitching coach in the White Sox organization. The 42-year-old was 32-25 with a 4.71 ERA in three seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers and threw the only no-hitter in franchise history against Baltimore in 1987.
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