Girardi On WFAN: Watching Chapman 'One Of The Most Incredible Things That I Have Seen In The Game Of Baseball'According to MLB.com's Statcast, Chapman hit 105.1 mph on the radar gun Monday night against Baltimore.
Boomer & Carton: Joe Girardi Discusses The Plight Of The YankeesThe Yankees will be back in action Friday night following the All-Star break, as they host the Red Sox at the Stadium.
Girardi On WFAN: Beltran's Hamstring Is Hurting A-Rod's Playing TimeOver the past six games,, Rodriguez, who is hitting .220 with eight home runs this season, has served as the DH once and pinch-hit in two contests.
Girardi: 'We Have Not Proved That We Are' Contenders Right NowYankees manager Joe Girardi admitted the team is not playing like contenders right now.
Best Of Mike & Mad Dog: 2006 Interview With Joe GirardiHere is an interview Girardi did with Mike and the Mad Dog a year before he was hired to manage the Yankees, shortly after he was fired as the Marlins' manager (despite being the 2006 Manager of the Year).
Joe Girardi On WFAN: Playoffs Are Within Yankees' ReachJoe Girardi says he still believes the Yankees can be a playoff team -- if they can be more consistent.
Girardi On WFAN: Now Is The Time For Yankees To Make Their Move In DivisionThe Bronx Bombers (31-34) have dropped four straight and fallen into last place in the American League East.
LISTEN: Girardi Talks About Yankees Nearing .500, Teixeira's InjuryThe Yankees are slowly climbing back near .500 as the offense has recently come back alive.
LISTEN: Joe Girardi Says Middle Of Batting Order Is Killing YankeesThe Yankees have lost six of their last eight games and has scored more than two runs just once in the past seven outings.
LISTEN: Girardi Discusses Yankees' Turnaround On WFANThe Bronx Bombers enter Wednesday's game against Toronto on a six-game winning streak, and after a dreadful start to the season have climbed to .500.
Girardi On WFAN: Yankees Players Will Brush Off Steinbrenner's CriticismSpeaking to reporters Wednesday, Steinbrenner backed Girardi and general manager Brian Cashman but blamed the players for the team's poor start.
Yankees' Girardi On WFAN: Headley Closer To Breaking Out Of SlumpEntering Thursday night's game against the Royals, Headley was batting .178 and had no extra-base hits in 90 at-bats.