No experience necessary? Carlos Beltran a true wild card as Yankees pick a manager
It's been more than a month since the Yankees parted with Joe Girardi. A look at the six confirmed candidates for the job, with more likely to come.The addition of Carlos Beltran’s name infuses an intriguing twist into the New York Yankees’ protracted managerial search.
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Yankees to Interview Carlos Beltran For Manager Job . The New York Yankees will interview former outfielder Carlos Beltran for their managerial vacancy, according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic and Steve Phillips of MLB Network Radio.
The New York Yankees will interview former outfielder Carlos Beltran for their managerial vacancy,to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic and Steve Phillips of MLB Network Radio.
Beltran is the sixth candidate to interview for the job. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and the front office have already met with Aaron Boone, Hensley Meulens, Rob Thomson, Eric Wedge and Chris Woodward. Rosenthal reports the interview will take place on Wednesday.
Beltran played for the Yankees from 2014 to 2016. He played the 2017 season with the Houston Astros and served as a designated hitter and mentor to the team's younger players. He was a member of the World Series-winning roster and announced his retirement in October. Beltran has no previous managerial experience but finished his career with 20 years in the majors as a player.
Just-retired Beltran interviews to become Yankees manager
Carlos Beltran has interviewed to become manager of the New York Yankees, four weeks after the final game of his 20-year major league career. The 40-year-old Beltran was a nine-time All-Star and played for the Yankees from 2014-16. While he does not have any managerial experience, he mentored young teammates during his final seasons as a player, when he often was a designated hitter.Beltran won his first World Series title with Houston this season, and Astros manager A.J. Hinch credited Beltran's clubhouse presence with steadying the team during its seven-game win over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Yankees will interview former Mets OF Carlos Beltran for their managerial opening, reports Steve Phillips. Beltran , who retired after winning the World Series as a member of the Astros in October, will be the sixth person to interview , joining Rob Thomson, Eric Wedge, Aaron Boone
Beltran is the sixth candidate to interview for the job . Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and the front office have already met with Aaron Boone Rosenthal reports the interview will take place on Wednesday. Beltran played for the Yankees from 2014 to 2016. He played the 2017 season with the
Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner anticipated that the Yankees would interview less than 10 candidates before cutting down a list of finalists. There is no timetable for a decision.
Whoever is chosen for the job will succeed Joe Girardi, who managed the Yankees for 10 years and never finished a season with a record below .500. Girardi won the 2009 World Series and brought the Yankees within one game of reaching the 2017 World Series but lost to the Astros in Game 7 of the American League Championship Series.
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