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To all the Girardi haters
4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 2:59PM #31
bomberhojoe
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Oct 27, 2017 -- 1:31PM, Cocopugg wrote:


Whoever takes over as the Yankees' manager won't have much pressure on him...He will only have to win the World Series in 2018, to prove he was worthy of the job, since after the season the Yankees just had, anything short of raising the championship trophy in 2018 will be seen as a total failure in NY.




If the Yankees don't make the World Series next year, Cashman should not be re-signed.


Sounds so much nicer than ...


John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 3:03PM #32
kyloren
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How did some of you survive the 80's with Billy Martin and George Steinbrenner. It seemed George Would Fire Billy then hire someone else and then 2 days latter before the Ink Is even dry on the new Managers Paperwork he Fires the new Manager only to Re Hire Billy Martin 2 days latter. This was an on gowing thing throughout the 80's How many Red Sox Managers have there been In this Century alone? Mind you we are only in the 21st centuryWink


I dont Know, to me 10 years seems fair... 

4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 5:09PM #33
kyloren
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Yankees from upstairs to players grew distant with Joe. Mets management wanted to move on from TC over BP decisions. A new GM age

4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 5:19PM #34
Cocopugg
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Oct 27, 2017 -- 2:38PM, kyloren wrote:


Oct 27, 2017 -- 1:02PM, ArtVandelay wrote:


10 years - 6 playoff appearances, World Series title...  lot's of teams would take that...


looking back at the past 23 years (that's almost a quarter of a century folks) we missed the playoffs 4 times.....   let's enjoy this ride!




But were Yankees fans were spoiled When I was a teenager It seemed we won the world Series every year. Theres the Yankees and theres everybody else. Like It or not there are different expectations for the New York Yankees thats just the way it is. 




I'm sure management is not happy with how the 21st century has turned out for the Yankees so far (only 1 world championship...and yes, the year 2000 does NOT count as the 21st century, since there was never a year 0). So far in the 21st century, if people want to consider the closest thing to a dynasty, the  Red Sox and Giants have both won 3 World Series titles, and the St. Louis Cardinals have won 2. All other teams (including the Yankees) that have gone to the WS in the 21st century, have only won once. This presents a problem for Yankee management, especially since the Red Sox, Giants AND Cardinals are all Yankee foes. In other words, I'm sure management is looking to turn the 21st century Yankees, into the championship machine the 20th century Yankees were...not an east task today, with all the rules, regulations, luxury taxes, and the playoff structure that exist, which didn't exist for the most part, during the 20th century.

4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 6:12PM #35
Lulu
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Thanks Art and Max for bringing up those points.
200 games over. 500  ,a failure it does not make.
No losing seasons .All teams would sign up for his record.
4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 8:04PM #36
taurus
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Oct 27, 2017 -- 1:31PM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Oct 27, 2017 -- 1:26PM, newinn wrote:


Oct 27, 2017 -- 1:23PM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Oct 27, 2017 -- 1:11PM, MAX wrote:


Oct 27, 2017 -- 1:02PM, ArtVandelay wrote:


10 years - 6 playoff appearances, World Series title...  lot's of teams would take that...


looking back at the past 23 years (that's almost a quarter of a century folks) we missed the playoffs 4 times.....   let's enjoy this ride!




As Yankee manager Girardi was also 200 games over .500. 




average of 91 wins per year over a decade...  who wouldn't take that???




Remember Art, there were those that never appreciated Torre and were always calling for his head after what he did




yeah, 12 years of nothing but the post-season...  what he did in an era of a multi-tiered playoff system was very impressive...  I'll never take anything away from our past great managers but they went straight to the series if they finished first...   we will NEVER see another 12 years like that again.



sometimes you don't appreciate the good things you have until they're gone....good luck to whoever fills this position as the next Yankee manager.

4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 8:14PM #37
tnyank
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Oct 27, 2017 -- 12:57PM, kyloren wrote:


Oct 27, 2017 -- 12:53PM, tnyank wrote:

Let’s be clear. I don’t hate Joe Girardi. I don’t like the way he manages. Or fails to manage at times. For some reason, nowadays, if you disagree with someone, you hate them. Not so. I happen to think Joe is terrible at in game decisions. Not all of them, but a lot of them. I wish him the best. And I hope they make a good choice with the next hire.



I think one thing that Is clouding some peoples vision Is Girardi Is a beloved player who won what like 3 championships with us. 





i think of him as a beloved player. If I recall, he had a big hit to give us a victory in the WS. He was also lived by the pitchers as a catcher. Girardi is a good guy. And did a lot for the organization. But I think he for some reason went south the last 3 or so years. Maybe the changes in the game. Maybe the Yankees management hamstrings him. I don’t really know. But it was time for a change. Let’s hope they make the right hire. 

4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 8:15PM #38
bomberhojoe
Posts: 13,252
9 minutes ago by    taurus

sometimes you don't appreciate the good things you have until they're gone....good luck to whoever fills this position as the next Yankee manager.

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Better starting pitching is what the next manager really needs!
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4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 8:18PM #39
newinn
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If he was beloved, what was O'Neill, Cone, Tino? Beloved to me is a guy a level below guys like Bernie and the core 4.

4 weeks ago  ::  Oct 27, 2017 - 8:21PM #40
luvdayanks
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Oct 27, 2017 -- 8:15PM, bomberhojoe wrote:

9 minutes ago by taurus sometimes you don't appreciate the good things you have until they're gone....good luck to whoever fills this position as the next Yankee manager. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Better starting pitching is what the next manager really needs!




Whoever the new manager is, has a  bug task in front of him. Girardi  took them to 1 game from  the world  series , the kids will have more experience  and I'm  sure the Yankees  will add some pitching  in the off season. With all that going, he better make the world series  or some  people  will be on him like stink on poop.


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