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Joe Girardi

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  • 'We will be back next year'

    'We will be back next year'
    NEW YORK — The Orioles clubhouse was hushed as a red-eyed Buck Showalter emerged moments after the 3-1 loss that ended his team's unexpected and thrilling 2012 season. One day, perhaps, the club might take solace in snapping the franchise's...
  • Yankees try to explain why they can't put away Orioles

    Yankees try to explain why they can't put away Orioles
    After a thrilling win Wednesday, the New York Yankees were right back to explaining why they can't shake the Orioles after Thursday's 13-inning loss. "If you really think about it, it's not too surprising," said Yankees captain Derek Jeter of going to...
  • No Derek Jeter for Game 4?

    No Derek Jeter for Game 4?
    Yankees captain Derek Jeter had to be removed from Wednesday night’s game in the late innings because of a painful bone bruise on the top of his left foot, so he’ll probably be a game day decision for Game 4. “He hit a ball off his...
  • What they're saying about the Orioles

    What they're saying about the Orioles
    Here's a roundup of what other media outlets are saying about the Orioles' win over the New York Yankees in Game 4 of the American League Division Series and more: ** CBSSports.com's Danny Knobler says that the "fun-loving" Orioles have nothing to lose...
  • Notes: Showalter empathizes with Girardi, whose father died Saturday

    Notes: Showalter empathizes with Girardi, whose father died Saturday
    NEW YORK — Orioles manager Buck Showalter didn't know exactly what his New York counterpart, Yankees manager Joe Girardi, was going through Thursday after the death of Girardi's father became public. But Showalter, whose own dad passed away shortly...
  • Orioles lose lead in ninth after Ibanez hits HR

    Orioles lose lead in ninth after Ibanez hits HR
    The Orioles were two outs away from going up 2-1 in the American League Division Series against the New York Yankees. And it got away. Pinch-hitter Raul Ibanez hit a 1-0, 94-mph sinker over the right field wall to tie the game at 2-2 with one out in the...
  • Yankees lament missing a chance to take a 2-0 ALDS lead over Orioles

    Yankees lament missing a chance to take a 2-0 ALDS lead over Orioles
    Monday's game started with a spectacular play for the New York Yankees, as Ichiro Suzuki practically did a lap around Matt Wieters to score the evening's first run. When Suzuki was asked about the play after the game, he could only laugh. But the next...
  • Lineups for Game 3 of ALDS: A-Rod batting third for Yankees

    Lineups for Game 3 of ALDS: A-Rod batting third for Yankees
    There was some speculation that New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi might drop Alex Rodriguez in Wednesday’s lineup because the aging star is 1-for-9 with five strikeouts in the series so far. But the lineups are out and Rodriguez is batting third...
  • Girardi's bold move pays off, at least over the short term

    Girardi's bold move pays off, at least over the short term
    New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi made an agonizing decision in the ninth inning, removing $29-million superstar Alex Rodriguez from a clutch situation and replacing him with veteran Raul Ibanez. Obviously, it worked out great when Ibanez tied the game...
  • Marlins managers – year-by-year

    1993: Rene Lachemann, 64-98 1994: Rene Lachemann, 51-64* 1995: Rene Lachemann, 67-76* 1996: Rene Lachemann, 39-47; Cookie Rojas, 1-0; John Boles, 40-35 1997: Jim Leyland, 92-70 (won World Series) 1998: Jim Leyland, 54-108 1999: John Boles, 64-98...
  • Orioles finally get a crack at their long-time tormenters from New York

    Orioles finally get a crack at their long-time tormenters from New York
    Against anyone else, it would have seemed preposterous when the 12-year-old boy's hand reached into the field of play to change the course of the Orioles' 1996 playoff run. Against the New York Yankees? Jeffrey Maier was just another chapter in a long...