Joe Girardi Tells WFAN That Broadcasting Gig Will Be Fun Opportunity While He Awaits Next Manager JobFaced with the decision of sitting out the season or going into broadcasting, the former Yankees manager opted for the studio, making his debut on the MLB Network on Wednesday night.
MLB Network Hires Joe Girardi As Studio AnalystFormer Yankees manager Joe Girardi is joining the MLB Network as a studio analyst and is set to make his debut Wednesday night.
Keidel: Steinbrenner's Explanation On Girardi Doesn't Add UpPoliticians often brand Big Apple Mayor the second-hardest job in our republic. The only harder and hotter seat than Gracie Mansion is the Oval Office. 
Steinbrenner: Girardi Was Out No Matter What, Even If Yankees Won It AllOwner Hal Steinbrenner revealed Wednesday that the decision to end Joe Girardi's tenure after a decade had long been discussed before the move was announced Oct. 26.
LISTEN: Joe Girardi Tells WFAN He's Not Angry Yankees Let Him GoJoe Girardi was in good spirits Monday as he discussed the Yankees' decision not to retain him as manager.
Sweeny: A Look At Some Potential Candidates To Become Next Yankees ManagerWell, there are many what-ifs on the board. Let’s tackle a few of them, although this is far from a complete list and more like a starter set.
Sweeny: Girardi Was Good, But He Was No TorreJoe Girardi's biggest failure has always been that he wasn’t Joe Torre. He didn’t manage like him, he didn’t communicate like him, and he didn’t win like him. And it’s quite unfair to Girardi to be held to that standard, but unfortunately for him, he was the manager who replaced Torre.
Keidel: Inexplicably Axing Girardi A Throwback To The Days Of The BossThere's no reason, explanation or excuse for this move.
WFAN Morning Show: Girardi Is Out, But Why Did Joe Have To Go?Boomer & Jerry Recco got this Football Friday edition of the morning show started the only way they really could: by talking at length about Joe Girardi's departure from the New York Yankees, a decision made by the Yanks' GM, Brian Cashman.
Francesa: Girardi's Exit Shouldn't Shock AnyoneYankees fans might have been caught somewhat off-guard by Joe Girardi's departure, but WFAN's Mike Francesa said it shouldn't be all that surprising.
Girardi Won't Return To Yankees Next Season, Says Team Didn't Want Him BackThe manager won't return to the team next season, he confirmed Thursday. Girardi's four-year, $16 million contract is set to expire at the end of the month.
Keidel: Girardi Proved He Deserves To Lead Yankees Into FutureSo, with his four-year, $16 million contract expiring at the end of this month, the baseball world is watching. Will Girardi return? Does he want to? Does the club want him to?

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