Robin Ventura, a Santa Maria native and Righetti High School alumnus, spent 15 years playing Major League Baseball. He retired in 2004, and spent the time at home in Arroyo Grande with wife Stephanie, their three grade school-aged daughters and their son, Jack. 'I would miss the summer of being at home. So, whether it was the fair up in Paso or going to the lake, all those little things that you miss for 15 years, you’re now able to do,' he said in 2012. But eight years after retiring, Ventura accepted a three-year contract to become manager of the Chicago White Sox. Read more »
Robin Ventura, a Santa Maria native and Righetti High School alumnus, spent 15 years playing Major League Baseball. He retired in 2004, and spent the time at home in Arroyo Grande with wife Stephanie, their three grade school-aged daughters and their son, Jack. 'I would miss the summer of being at home. So, whether it was the fair up in Paso or going to the lake, all those little things that you miss for 15 years, you’re now able to do,' he said in 2012. But eight years after retiring, Ventura accepted a three-year contract to become manager of the Chicago White Sox. Read more » Special to the Tribune
Robin Ventura, a Santa Maria native and Righetti High School alumnus, spent 15 years playing Major League Baseball. He retired in 2004, and spent the time at home in Arroyo Grande with wife Stephanie, their three grade school-aged daughters and their son, Jack. 'I would miss the summer of being at home. So, whether it was the fair up in Paso or going to the lake, all those little things that you miss for 15 years, you’re now able to do,' he said in 2012. But eight years after retiring, Ventura accepted a three-year contract to become manager of the Chicago White Sox. Read more » Special to the Tribune

Robin Ventura of Arroyo Grande is back in the big leagues

June 23, 2012 11:30 PM