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19:05  02 october  2019
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Former Yankees skipper Joe Girardi has not managed a Major League Baseball game since October of 2017 The conversation stemmed from the show’s hosts asking Girardi if he would be interested in the Giants job, as manager Bruce Bochy is likely managing his final season in San Francisco this year.

“ I want to ,” Girardi says. “ I love it because I love the strategy of the game and trying to put players in the best situation to be successful and instilling confidence in The pull of managing may once again interrupt that journey. Not only because Girardi has talked openly about the possibility, but because

Former Yankees and Marlins manager Joe Girardi hasn’t been in the dugout since the Yankees opted not to re-sign him after the 2017 season, but he made clear in an appearance with Mully & Haugh on 670 The Score AM Wednesday morning that he’s interested not only in the Cubs’ current vacancy but in any of the managerial gigs available this winter (Twitterlinks).

Joe Girardi wearing a blue hat© Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

“Any job out there is going to interest me, because I want to manage again,” said the 2006 NL Manager of the Year. Girardi added that he won’t comment on whether he has an interview lined up with the Cubs or any other team.

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CLEMSON – Former Cubs catcher and Yankees manager Joe Girardi hasn’t managed since the of the 2017 season, and he turned down the Cincinnati “ I think all jobs really interest me because I do want to manage again ,” Girardi told “There is timing in life that is really important to

Girardi has previously discussed his desire to get back into the dugout and earlier this year even expressed an openness to managing a rebuilding club. He’s been working as an analyst for the MLB Network since last year.

Girardi interviewed for several openings in the 2018-19 offseason, including the Rangers, Blue Jays and Reds, although he ultimately withdrew his name from consideration in Cincinnati’s search. Texas and Toronto, meanwhile went with younger and/or less-experienced options in Chris Woodward and Charlie Montoyo, respectively.

An even greater slate of managerial vacancies will likely present itself to Girardi and other candidates this winter, as the Padres, Royals, Cubs, Angels, Pirates and Giants, at the very least, will be seeking new skippers. The Phillies and Mets could yet join them in that regard, as rumors surrounding the status of Gabe Kapler and Mickey Callaway continue to swirl.

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Joe Girardi told The Athletic that he wanted to be back as Yankees manager and was “surprised” when general manager Brian Cashman informed him that the Former New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi at Yankee Stadium on Sept. “ I have other interests in life. I do want to manage again .

Joe Girardi wants back in a dugout. But does it have to be one located in New York? Appearing on the Big Time Baseball podcast with Rob Bradford and " I want to try to manage again . We’ll see if I get an opportunity.” The No. 1 question Girardi figures to be asked in any managerial interview is about

Girardi, who’ll turn 55 later this month, has spent 11 seasons as a big-league manager and compiled a 910-710 record during regular-season play. He was at the helm for the Yankees’ most recent World Series win back in 2009 and has an overall record of 28-24 in postseason play. Given his track record and vocal stance on wanting to manage again, Girardi will join Joe Maddon among the more high-profile candidates seeking a new opportunity this winter.

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