Found October 17, 2012 on
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If the Colorado Rockies step outside the box -- and perhaps outside the warning track -- and hire Jason Giambi as their manager, they can lay claim to having the most decorated skipper in baseball, at least when it comes to body art.
And imagine the motivational techniques Giambi, a 40-year-old pinch hitter who will interview for the job, might be able to impart on a struggling player.
Giambi, who has long believed that it helps to feel sexy when he steps into the batter's box, once passed around a golden thong to his Yankees teammates who were slumping, even convincing Derek Jeter to wear it when he was in a funk.
But here's where hiring Giambi would really be interesting:
As baseball tries to distance itself from the steroid era -- never mind the occasional Melky Cabrera ... or Bartolo Colon ... or diminished Alex Rodriguez -- Giambi would become the first acknowledged user of performance-enhancing drugs to rise to a position of power in baseball, as either a manager o...
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