In 1996, Joe Girardi was the Yankees starting catcher. He was backed up by Jim Leyritz.
In 1998, the starting catcher for the Yankees was Jorge Posada. His backup was Joe Girardi.
Joe Girardi was the Yankees #1 catcher in 1996. He shared catching duties with Posada in 1997, 1998, and 1999 and then signed with the Cubs after the 1999 season, making Posada the #1 catcher.
It was Joe Girardi, who guided New York to the World Series in his second season as the Yankees boss. Girardi previously managed the Florida Marlins during the 2006 season and was named National League Manager of the Year. Girardi was a major-league catcher for the Yankees, Rockies, Cubs and Cardinals.
He wore Numbers 25, 45
Joe Girardi does not pay the Yankees. The players, along with their manager Joe Girardi, are paid by the New York Yankees organization. They all have their own personal contracts.
Joe Girardi became the Yankees manager in 2008.
While Joe Girardi might not have been famous for being a major league baseball catcher for the Chicago Cubs, Colorado Rockies, and New York Yankees, he later became the manager of the Yankees then the Florida Marlins, and was subsequently named national league manager of the year.
Joe Girardi has been the manager of the Yankees since the start of the 2008 season.
Joe Girardi is the current New York Yankees manager.
One I know of is Joe Girardi, the current manager of the New York Yankees.
Joe Girardi was the Yankees manager in 2009.
Matt Nokes was the Yankees starting catcher prior to Mike Stanley.
Their current manager Joe Girardi. Yogi Berra also caught and managed for the Yankees.
Joe Girardi is currently the manager of the Yanks.
Yes, his name is Joe Girardi.
He was number 27.
In 2014, Brian McCann is the starting catcher for the New York Yankees.
Joe Girardi is the Yankees manager in 2012. He is in his fifth season.
The Yankees manager since 2008 has been Joe Girardi.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi wears the #28 for the Yankees.
Bill Dickey was the starting New York Yankees catcher in 1932.
One as ManagerJoe Girardi was on three World Championship teams as a player with the New York Yankees. In 2009 as a manager Joe Girardi led the Yankees to a world Series title. His first and only as a manager.