SECAUCUS, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Former Yankees manager Joe Girardi is joining the MLB Network as a studio analyst and is set to make his debut Wednesday night.

Girardi was fired after 10 seasons as Yankees manager and replaced by Aaron Boone. While New York reached Game 7 of the AL Championship Series before losing to Houston, the team wanted to make a generational change.

READ MORE: Connecticut Man Who Tested Positive For Omicron Variant Resting At Home With Mild Symptoms, Gov. Lamont Says

MORE: Report: Yankees, 2 Other AL East Teams Eyeing Free Agent Nunez

Girardi, 53, worked for ESPN Radio during the 2003 NL Division Series, for the Yankees’ YES Network in 2004 and 2007, and for Fox in 2007.

Joe Girardi

Yankees manager Joe Girardi (Photo by Adam Hunger/Getty Images)

READ MORE: Bob Dole, Former Senate GOP Leader And Presidential Nominee, Dies At 98

He was the NL Manager of the Year with the Florida Marlins in 2006 and was hired by the Yankees ahead of the 2008 season. He led the Bronx Bombers to a world championship in 2009.

Girardi told WFAN in November he hopes to manage again.

Boone had been an ESPN analyst for its Sunday broadcasts and was replaced by former Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez.

MORE NEWS: NYPD: Man Stabbed In Thigh During Robbery In Theater District

(© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)