Hall of Famer Tony La Russa Signing (Video)

Tony La Russa has experienced a pretty good 2014. First, he was named Chief Baseball Officer of the Arizona Diamondbacks in May. Then in August, the Tampa native was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

La Russa managed the White Sox, Athletics and Cardinals consecutively from 1979 through 2011. His best years were with the A's, leading Oakland to three straight World Series appearances (1988-1990), including winning the 1989 title, and with the Cardinals, where he guided St. Louis to nine playoff appearances and two World Series victories (2006 and 2011). La Russa's 2,728 career wins represent the third most all-time among baseball managers.

La Russa, arguably the most prominent skipper of the past 30 years, recently signed autographs at the Minneapolis Sports Collectable & Autograph Convention, at the Earle Brown Heritage Center, in the Twin Cities suburb of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.

iFolloSports.com captured the above original video of La Russa interacting with attendees.