Willie Harris, who scored the winning run in the fourth and deciding game of the 2005 World Series, is rejoining the Chicago White Sox's organization as the hitting coach at Advanced Rookie Great Falls.
Harris, 37, played for the Sox from 2002 to 2005 during parts of a 12-year career with seven teams.
Harris joins Aaron Rowand, the outfield/baserunning coordinator, as members of the 2005 World Series team that have rejoined the organization this winter.
Julio Vinas, who managed Double-A Birmingham for the past three seasons, takes over at Triple-A Charlotte. Former Charlotte manager Joel Skinner moves to Class-A...