Found September 30, 2013 on YanksinExile.com:
Manager Joe Girardi needs to take some time to consider his return to the Yankees in 2014. The driving factor in his decision will be what his wife and kids have to say when he sits down to talk about his future as a coach. "It comes down to family," Girardi said. "They are first, and whatever is best for group of us -- not one individual, not me or just my wife or just one of my children -- whatever it best for us as a group, that's what we'll decide to do. Girardi says he won't consider coaching the Chicago Cubs. He is a Chicago native and has been rumored to be thinking about the Cubs job, but he has been in New York for six years now and has grown roots. The good news is we will have a resolution to this situation soon: "I wouldn't think [negotiations] would go too long, I don't," Girardi said. "It's not my personality to drag things out. I'm always a guy that likes to know what I'm going t...
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