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New York Post › Sports › 1 hour ago
It looks like Joe Girardi was a fan of Zack Wheeler before he knew the former Mets right-hander would be pitching for him with the Phillies. “I think everyone recognizes the talents that Zack Wheeler has, all 30 clubs.” the new Phillies skipper...
UPI › 1 day ago
Right-hander Zack Wheeler, one of the prized free-agent starting pitchers this off-season, will join the Philadelphia Phillies agreeing to a long-term contract.
New York Post › Sports › 1 day ago
Free agent Didi Gregorius has a big fan in Philadelphia. While attending the Phillies Charities party at Citizens Bank Park on Tuesday night, newly hired manager Joe Girardi raved about Gregorius following the organization’s decision to move on from...
New York Post › Sports › 5 days ago
Prior to Thanksgiving last offseason, just two multi-year deals were reached — both went to catchers, both for two years. Kurt Suzuki received $10 million from the Nationals and Jeff Mathis got $6.25 million from the Rangers. Before the Lions lost on...
New York Post › Sports › 6 days ago
There is a chance Dellin Betances and Austin Romine will remain teammates in 2020 — and won’t have to travel far from The Bronx to do so. According to a person with knowledge of the situation, the Phillies have an interest in the right-handed...
New York Post › Sports › 1 week ago
There may be a Yankees reunion coming to Philadelphia. MLB.com reported Friday the Phillies are interested in Didi Gregorius, who the Yankees chose not to extend a qualifying offer to in early November. Joe Girardi, who managed Gregorius in his first...
New York Post › Sports › 3 weeks ago
MLB Network host Brian Kenny talks with The Post’s Justin Terranova about free agency, working next to Joe Girardi and the life of a general manger as the hot stove warms up. Q: How much are we looking at for Gerrit Cole? A: Maybe getting to $35...
New York Post › Sports › 3 weeks ago
The Mets didn’t hire Joe Girardi as their new manager, and now he might be poaching their hitting coach in his new gig in Philadelphia. Chili Davis, a teammate of Girardi’s on the Yankees’ championship teams in 1998 and 1999, is one of three...
New York Post › Sports › 3 weeks ago
The Yankees have a new pitching coach — and their old one has a new job. A day after sources said the Yankees hired Matt Blake to run their staff, Larry Rothschild landed in San Diego, a source confirmed Friday. Rothschild had been the Yankees...
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
Didi Gregorius’ first public statement after not receiving a qualifying offer from the Yankees was to congratulate two other men no longer with the organization. The free-agent shortstop used his popular Twitter handle to congratulate former manager...
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
After Joe Girardi interviewed for a second time for the Mets managerial opening on Oct. 22, the team’s top brass wanted to keep him alive in the process. He wasn’t a clear front-runner and wasn’t eliminated. The Mets preferred to think about him...
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
Joe Girardi is receiving a third chance to manage a major league team. I do think he loves the job. My hope for him — and those who play for him and report on him — is that this time he shows that love as the Phillies skipper. This is not easy...
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
Newly minted Phillies manager Joe Girardi appears tired of hearing the criticisms of how he manages young players. It was the main reason he was let go by the Yankees after winning 91 games and reaching Game 7 of the ALCS with a club filled with young...
USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
Yankees pitching coach Larry Rothschild is leaving New York after nine seasons
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
WASHINGTON — Joe Espada made the finals twice this month. If all goes as the Astros’ bench coach hopes, soon he’ll be aspiring to reach just one final round per October, with the other title — manager — already captured. Espada, the Astros...
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
Nathaniel Jones is out of work, fired early this month as head football coach at a high school in New Orleans. Fired for what? Well, if the reason ever came across Roger Goodell’s desk, he’d likely discard the info, pronto. Jones and two of his...
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
Say it ain’t Joe. In a double whammy for fans who had clamored for a proven winner at manager, Joe Girardi won’t only be absent from the home dugout at Citi Field next season, but he has joined an NL East foe to potentially torment the Mets. The...
UPI › 1 month ago
The Philadelphia Phillies hired former New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi to be the club's next manager.
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
By Thursday morning, of course, Joe Girardi had become, in the estimation of a large chunk of the Mets’ fan base, a combination of Casey Stengel, Vince Lombardi, Pat Riley and Toe Blake. It is hard to blame anyone for thinking that, because he was...
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
There were always two interview processes ongoing as the Mets determine their next manager. There has been one involving Joe Girardi and one involving everyone else. Brodie Van Wagenen’s penchant is to be methodical. Those who have been briefed about...
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