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Joe Girardi

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  • Your Morning Phil: A-Rod, rain, Giants

    Your Morning Phil: A-Rod, rain, Giants
    ST. LOUIS -- Talking playoff baseball while flirting from the doghouse, a la A-Rod. 1. Would the Yankees actually trade Alex Rodriguez to the Marlins? You better believe they would. Late last week, I proposed that the Yankees should deal Rodriguez to his...
  • Yankees Need To Get Younger, Better

    Yankees Need To Get Younger, Better
    Curt Schilling was saying the other day on ESPN that he has seen thousands of players sign baseballs with their telephone number and toss them to pretty women in the stands. I believe him. I believe this, too. There's only one player who would do it in...
  • Guillen is fired, but Loria is the problem

    Guillen is fired, but Loria is the problem
    At this moment inside the Marlins offices, there are two groups of people. There are those who think team owner Jeffrey Loria is doing an increasingly shabby job of running the franchise right down to Tuesday's firing of manager Ozzie Guillen. And...
  • Miami Marlins fire Ozzie Guillen after one season

    It's one and done for Ozzie Guillen and the Miami Marlins. Nearly three weeks since ending a deeply disappointing season in last place, the Marlins announced Guillen's dismissal as manager in a 75-word statement issued Tuesday afternoon. That was...
  • 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...
  • Want to be Miami Marlins manager? Helps to have a Yankees background

    Brad Ausmus has one thing going for him in this Marlins managerial search that no one seems to be talking about. His Yankees background. Of the six managers Jeffrey Loria has hired since becoming a big-league owner in the fall of 1999, four have...
  • Source: Mike Redmond in the lead, Brad Ausmus a 'serious' possibility for Miami Marlins (Updated 7:10 p.m.)

    Source: Mike Redmond in the lead, Brad Ausmus a 'serious' possibility for Miami Marlins (Updated 7:10 p.m.)
    This interview Mike Redmond is getting with the Miami Marlins tonight, as our Juan C. Rodriguez reported this afternoon, is no courtesy deal. Redmond's dugout experience may be limited to a couple of years in Class A, but the former Marlins catcher...
  • Underestimate Mike Redmond at your own peril

    Underestimate Mike Redmond at your own peril
    Here's what the Marlins won't be getting with Mike Redmond as their next manager. Marketing sizzle. An outsized personality suitable for cable TV reality shows. The experience of having managed a World Series winner somewhere else. Instant relevance...
  • Seeing Yankee holes and Sox hope

    Seeing Yankee holes and Sox hope
    Maybe it’s me, and maybe I’m alone on this one, but sorry, I’m not impressed with the Yankees. They came to the South Side this week. They brought the best record in the American League. They had hit the most homers. Did all of them...
  • Heart Transplant Patient's First Words: 'I Want To Make My Donor Proud'

    Heart Transplant Patient's First Words: 'I Want To Make My Donor Proud'
    Hours after surgeons gave him a new heart, Colby Salerno woke up and spoke to his parents and sisters, who surrounded his bed. "When the breathing tube came out, you know what his first words were? 'I want to make my donor proud,'" Kelly Salerno said...
  • Yankees Refuse To Panic As Orioles Stay Close

    Yankees Refuse To Panic As Orioles Stay Close
    Curtis Granderson and his team-leading 34 home runs left in the second inning for New York Presbyterian Hospital. Tight hamstring was the word. Plate discipline, late-inning relief, an opponent bending under the weight of a crowd rising to the...