Found October 07, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Joe Girardi likely can get more years and money to manage the Cubs but that would mean his future would be dancing in the wind at least until Nov. 1 because his Yankees managerial contract doesn’t end until Oct. 31. After the final game of a disappointing season Girardi said he wanted to resolve his situation with the Yankees quickly. Last week the Yankees presented Girardi’s agent Steve Mandell with a three-year deal believed to be north of $12 million. Including bonuses Girardi could earn as much as $15 million. Girardi was said to be mulling the offer during the weekend and polling family members — his three children and his wife Kim. Multiple Yankees sources said Sunday there were no new developments. When general manager Brian Cashman conducts his pro scouting meetings Monday there is a chance Girardi will have accepted the offer. Through channels Girardi has to know the Cubs likely would be willing to make a longer offer than the Yankees’ and Chicago might touch $5 milli...
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