From New York to Chicago and everywhere else, Don Zimmer was one of a kind.
“They want to make improvements, and that’s understandable,” Joe Girardi says of the Cubs.
Alfonso Soriano’s only regret? He didn’t lead the Cubs to a championship.
All we know is Rick Renteria is an optimist — which may be all the Cubs need.
As for Sammy, the door back to to Wrigley can remain dark. And he can build his own statue somewhere else.
To his credit, Theo Epstein has never claimed to be the smartest guy in the room, let alone in baseball.
It looks like the Cubs’ managerial search will continue without Joe Girardi.
New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi “wants to formally explore the Cubs’ opening after weeks of back-channel feelers,” according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
In order to last 29 years in the booth like Hawk has, you have to be doing something right.
Find the right guy, even if if he’s not the known guy.
The Yankees “aren’t willing” to grant the Cubs permission to speak with Girardi while the sides try to negotiate a new deal.
Asking Girardi to manage the Cubs now is like asking Warren Buffett to manage a Waffle House.
The Joe Girardi-to-the-Cubs dream could soon become more than just a dream.
The Yankees want Joe Girardi to return as manager next season.
Tuesday morning on The Mully and Hanley Show, an interesting candidate threw his name in the ring.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi insists it will be “open season” on Alex Rodriguez if Major League Baseball fails to suspend Boston’s Ryan Dempster for hitting the star slugger with a pitch.
With both Yankees manager Joe Girardi and Phillies skipper Charlie Manuel manning the helms of their ball clubs in the final year of their contracts, many wonder if either or both will still be with their respective clubs the next year.
The Yankees are dead.
Alex Rodriguez has had a little more time on his hands during games recently and, according to the New York Post, he used that time Saturday to pick up women.
The Detroit Tigers got a big boost from Anibal Sanchez’s arm. They got a helping hand from an umpire, too. The reward: a commanding 2-0 lead in the AL championship series, and a trip home with their ace ready to start.