New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi poses for photos in the Loge level of Yankee Stadium after a press conference introducing him as the baseball team's new manager Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007 in New York. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
ESPN is reporting Wednesday that the Chicago Cubs want to make a serious offer to New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi. He becomes a free agent October 31st although the Yankees are negotating with Girardi's agent on a new deal. The Cubs fired Dave Sveum on Monday and they have lost attendance for five consecutive seasons. Girardi, 48, made $3 million this last season.
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