Major League Baseball instituted a handful of rules changes for the 2020 season, and Philadelphia Phillies skipper Joe Girardi clearly is not a fan of one of them.
Philadelphia Phillies skipper Joe Girardi reacted quite positively to how MLB has planned in order to finish off a campaign plagued by unprecedented circumstances related to the ongoing coronavirus pa
Philadelphia Phillies manager Joe Girardi nevertheless expressed concern Tuesday over the unquestionably troublesome situation.
Joe Girardi made his first return to Yankee Stadium as a manager of a different MLB team when the Philadelphia Phillies visited New York for an exhibition game on Monday.
Joe Girardi will make his first return to Yankee Stadium as a manager of a different MLB team when the Philadelphia Phillies travel to New York for an exhibition game later this month.
Philadelphia Phillies manager Joe Girardi apparently has been hearing the same thing.
Things ultimately did not work out in the Bronx for Joe Girardi, but his former boss with the New York Yankees believes the veteran skipper would be a fine fit with the MLB team residing in the b
According to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman, former Yankees manager Joe Girardi is “sure to get” a sit-down interview with Mets brass. Veteran skipper Buck Showalter is also reportedly in the mix as well.
Joe Girardi cannot help but wonder what could have been had he remained the manager of the New York Yankees.
Could Joe Girardi find himself back managing an MLB team perhaps as soon as this season? Possibly, as his name already is being floated as a candidate for a recently vacated skipper spot.
Joe Girardi finally has discussed at length his dismissal by the New York Yankees, saying he was “disappointed” and “surprised” by the move.
Derek Jeter, who called Joe Girardi a teammate, coach and manager during his Hall of Fame career with the New York Yankees, weighed in on how Girardi was shockingly let go by the team on Thursday.
The New York Yankees have enjoyed an organizational renaissance of sorts this season, or at least a return to respectability.
Joe Maddon and Joe Girardi both articulated their thoughts on racist behavior from fans at MLB ballparks, a dialogue of course sparked by the events of Monday night at Fenway Park.
New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi, like many of his managerial colleagues, view the World Baseball Classic with a degree of skepticism and some concern.