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Latest Joe Girardi Items
Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain is scheduled to have season-ending Tommy John surgery on his pitching elbow next week.
Yankees reliever Joba Chamberlain has a torn ligament in his right elbow, a startling injury that's likely to require Tommy John surgery and end his season.
Joba Chamberlain was placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with a stiff elbow, leaving the New York Yankees short two setup men in the bullpen.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi got to know Dante Bichette Jr. long before New York selected him with its first pick in the baseball draft.
Yankees setup man Rafael Soriano has an inflamed ligament in his right elbow that could keep the former All-Star out up to two months, depriving manager Joe Girardi of his main bridge to Mariano Rivera.
Jorge Posada still has unwavering support in the Yankee Stadium stands. Now, a tumultuous weekend behind him, New York could use a few of those big hits he used to deliver all the time.
Hank Steinbrenner says he's not upset that team captain Derek Jeter supported Jorge Posada. The New York Yankees co-chairman isn't too happy, however, with how the team is playing.
Jorge Posada's days as a Yankee are numbered. The moment he told his manager he'd rather sit down than hit from the No. 9 hole sealed it. The real shame is that he's likely just the first in a long line headed out the door in New York.
Jorge Posada apologized to the New York Yankees on Sunday for taking himself out of the lineup the day before, blaming the messy public spat with the team on this: "I had a bad day."