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In this May 8, 2015, file photo, Chicago White Sox general manager Rick Hahn, right, talks with manager Robin Ventura before a baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds in Chicago. The White Sox rolled into the All-Star break playing their best ball of the season. | AP Photo/Jeff Haynes

Robin Ventura, Rick Hahn on the hot seat, according to oddsmakers

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White Sox general manager Rick Hahn and manager Robin Ventura are among the Major League Baseball favorites to get the axe next, according to oddsmakers at MyTopSportsbooks.com.

The Tigers fired general manager Dave Dombrowski last week, prompting the latest round of odds.

Here’s a look at the latest numbers:

Which general manager will be fired next?

Ruben Amaro Jr. (Philadelphia Phillies) – 1/1

Jack Zduriencik (Seattle Mariners) – 5/3

Rick Hahn (Chicago White Sox) – 10/1

Chris Antonetti (Cleveland Indians) – 25/1

Field – 50/1

Which manager will be fired next?

Lloyd McClendon (Seattle Mariners) – 3/2

Bryan Price (Cincinnati Reds) – 7/3

Robin Ventura (Chicago White Sox) – 5/1

John Farrell (Boston Red Sox) – 15/1

John Gibbons (Toronto Blue Jays) – 28/1

Field – 18/1

The White Sox re-entered the playoff picture with a seven-game winning streak that ended July 29. Since then, the Sox have lost eight of 10 and are 7.5 games out of the wild card race.

You can view more MLB odds by clicking here.

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