The Average Joe: Joe Girardi Has Become the Prototype of a Certain Brand of Very Successful New Yorker
Last Wednesday afternoon, with a sunny sky smiling down upon Yankee Stadium, Joe Girardi stood in a navy pullover behind a protective screen near third base.
On the mound, tattooed fireballer A.J. Burnett was trying to chip away the rust of a long layoff and somehow salvage an unimpressive season.
Things were not going well. Read More