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Written by Maury Brown   
Tuesday, 20 November 2007 09:25

Joe GirardiWith Joe Girardi now in the fold with the New York Yankees, the newest manager of the Bronx Bombers will be doing a weekly radio show on WFAN. Also, Jon Heyman will leave ESPN 1050 and head over to WFAN, as well. As reported by Neil Best of Newsday:

Friday, the station revealed it had hired Jon Heyman away from ESPN 1050, for whom he had spent the past five years offering insights and information.

Yesterday, it added Yankees manager Joe Girardi for the weekly in-season guest spot his predecessor filled for 12 seasons, ending speculation that he might land at 1050 with former YES partner Michael Kay.

Recall in other media news related to the Yankees, Tom Verducci was fired from YES for being critical of the Yankees and Joe Torre’s departure.


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