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Joe Girardi

  1. Yankees Fire Joe Girardi, Will Reportedly Seek a New ‘Analytics-Driven’ ManagerAfter ten seasons in the Bronx, the former Yankee catcher will move on.
  2. Umpire Says Yankees Pitcher Should Have Pegged a Baserunner YesterdayJoe Girardi thinks doing so would amount to “assault.”
  3. Joe Girardi Is Returning As Yankees ManagerIt had been unclear whether he wanted to return.
  4. Hey, Joe Girardi, Let Mariano Rivera Play Center Field This WeekLet’s make this happen.
  5. A-Rod Drilled by Pitch in Boston, Then Homers Two At-Bats LaterOne of the best Yankees–Red Sox games in recent memory.
  6. 2013 Baseball Preview: New York YankeesLooking forward to the 2013 season.
  7. Girardi’s Right: The Yankees Will Be Really GoodJoe Girardi wants to remind everybody that the Yankees are really good again.
  8. Post’s Embarrassing Girardi HeadlineProbably the former.
  9. Yankees Playoff Preview: Joe GirardiIt’s his first as a manager.
  10. Joe Girardi Pulls a Coughlin and Lightens UpIt’s not just fielding drills and running at Yankees camp this year. There’s golf and billiards, too.
  11. Press-Box Confidential: Favre Madness, Sports Journos Loose in Beijing, Manning’s Star PowerIn this week’s look at the self-aggrandizement, fragile egos, and blatant misrepresentation of the sporting press, Mike Lupica unleashes a patented zinger and Murray Chass blogs for real.
  12. The Yankees Don’t Want You to Know What They’re About to Do to Joba ChamberlainThe Yankees are planning big things for Joba Chamberlain. But we don’t know what kind of things…
  13. Would It Kill Major League Baseball to Rename the Bereavement List?If someone like Joba Chamberlain can go on it to care for an ailing father, can’t we call it something that doesn’t imply that somebody’s going to croak?
  14. Yankee Stadium: The Long Good-byeAnd so it begins: the final season in the old Yankee stadium (built in 1923) begins today. The first regular game, against the Blue Jays, starts today at 1:05 p.m. What the press is wondering about on the big day.
  15. Chamberlain Takes Broken ‘Joba Rules’ in StrideAs the Yankees try to sort out their pitching lineup for the year, manager Joe Girardi announced yesterday that 22-year-old Joba Chamberlain won’t be in the starting role that Hank Steinbrenner noisily projected for him.
  16. Is Hank Steinbrenner Trying to Make a Name for Himself?After a columnist labeled George Steinbrenner “The Boss” years back, the cranky Yankees owner started using the term to describe himself. He’d refer to himself in the third person by the name. Now that his sons are taking over control of the team, one has to wonder if they’ll try the same tactic. It seems like Hank, at least, has started to try to make one stick for himself this week. • On new manager Joe Girardi’s last firing. When asked if the club looked into it, he said: “I don’t want to get too much into that, but we’re not stupid.” [10/22] • On Brian Cashman’s recommendations: ”The baseball people we have are the smartest guys in the game,” he said. ”I’m not stupid. It’s not like I’m not going to pay attention to what they say.” [10/29] • On A-Rod’s contract: “I really believe that in his heart, [A-Rod] wants to be a Yankee, and we’re going to let him know he’s wanted. But we’re not going to be stupid.” [10/27] • On prospects: “We want to win the World Series every year,” Hank Steinbrenner said. “We’re not stupid enough to think we can do it.” [10/25] Oh, Hank. Nicknames have to make sense for them to stick.
  17. It’s Time to Party for Joe Girardi!It looks like Fox broadcaster and former Yankees catcher Joe Girardi is going to be the next manager of the Yankees, according to ESPN. “The Yankees have offered Joe the opportunity to become their next manager. Discussions are ongoing.” Steve Mandell, Girardi’s agent, said. Girardi beat out Steinbrenner favorite Don Mattingly and Yankees coach Tony Pena for the contract — reportedly $6 million for three years — after a ten-hour interview in which he apparently charmed the pants off the Steinbrenner family. But not everyone thinks he’s so sweet. “There remain concerns about Girardi’s aggressive style of handling people,” George King and Joel Sherman of the Post wrote in an article that appears on the Fox News Website. “He isn’t afraid to bruise feelings.” Aw, did someone at News Corp., perhaps, get his feelings hurt? Yanks Offer Job to Giardi [Fox] Yanks Officially Offer Skipper Job to Giardi [ESPN]