The huge wind that blew through the South Side last Friday was the collective sigh of White Sox fans after learning that Robin Ventura will be back next year as the team’s manager.

Despite three consecutive losing seasons and a record of 295-350 in four years with Ventura as skipper, GM Rick Hahn announced the Sox legacy will return to pilot the ball club in 2016, which will be the fifth year of the team’s three-year plan.

“I am totally pumped,” said Ronnie Boyer, a 32-year-old college student from McCook, who takes online courses at Kaplan University. “With Robin running that pile of goo next year, I’ll not only get the cheap seats again, but I can do my homework at the ballpark in peace and quiet.”