The Chicago White Sox have interviewed Tony La Russa for their managerial opening, and he remains a top candidate in their search, according to two sources. General manager Rick Hahn and executive vice president Kenny Williams each spoke with the 76-year-old. La Russa managed the White Sox from 1979-86 before moving to the Athletics and Cardinals during his Hall of Fame career, but he hasn't managed since winning a World Series with St. Louis in 2011. His close personal relationship with chairman Jerry Reinsdorf could help him get the job. Chicago is hoping to pick a new manager in the next 10 days to two weeks. La Russa's 2,728 career wins as a manager rank third-most all time. He's won titles with the A's in 1989 and with the Cardinals in 2006 and 2011.