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Tag Archives: Joe Girardi
Inadvertently or not, the Yankees humiliated Alex Rodriguez when they pinch hit for him and benched him in the playoffs and manager Joe Girardi has been trying to make sure he didn't alienate him the way Joe Torre did ever since. First there was the leaked story that Girardi called the Yankee Stadium P.A. announcer with ...
When Yankees manager Joe Girardi pinch hit for Alex Rodriguez in the ALDS with Raul Ibanez the P.A. announcer, as is typical, announced that A-Rod was being pinch hit for by Ibanez. Then in the two times A-Rod was pinch hit for in the ALCS, the P.A. announcer announced the pinch hitter, but not A-Rod's ...
It doesn't appear as if the Yankees will not be making any changes to their general manager, manager or the coaching staff even after a disappointing exit in the ALCS. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reported that both Brian Cashman and Joe Girardi will be back next season and in a separate Tweet Cashman told Heyman that the ...
The Yankees are down 0-2 in the ALCS against Detroit, but it is easy to wonder where they might be if two bad calls had gone their way. The first call happened Saturday when the Yankees had the bases loaded with two outs and Robinson Cano at the plate. Cano hit one up the middle that ...
The Yankees lost a 10-game lead in their division and lately it has shown in their manager Joe Girardi's demenor. From him yelling at fans in Chicago to him fighting with reporters in the lockerroom it hasn't been an easy time for him. But he can rest assured that he will still have a job next ...
If Joe Girardi was manager of the St. Louis Cardinals things might be different, but he isn't. He manages the Yankees - a team that is essentially a collection of sluggers that are designed to get on base an hit the big home run. Derek Jeter does the small ball stuff and will lay down a ...
Yankees manager Joe Girardi is not much for team meetings. They barely ever have them, but things have been going so badly that he decided one was necessary after Friday night's loss. Via Marc Carig of the Newark Star-Ledger: The meeting couldn’t have taken more than three minutes, according to people in the clubhouse on Friday night, ...
The Yankees were swept by the White Sox, a possible playoff opponent, this week and manager Joe Girardi was a little sensitive about it when getting heckled by a fan after the game. Take a look:
It’s a partly cloudy day in late June – hot out for a 7:05 game – and the Yankees had mounted a 3-1 lead over the Chicago White Sox. The big-bucks pack in the middle of the order, Mark Teixeira, Robinson Cano, and Alex Rodriguez, had done their jobs, setting up the supposed top-flight bullpen ...
These days the Yankees starting rotation is looking good, but after April they were second to worst in the American League only behind the horrible Twins. Yankees manager Joe Girardi felt that they had a good staff, but that part of the problem was that their catcher, Russell Martin, wasn't being aggressive enough with his pitch ...