HOUSTON (AP) - New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi says it won't take him long to decide his future.
Wrapping up his sixth season with the Yankees at the end of a three-year deal, Girardi said Sunday he wants to discuss his future with his wife and three school-aged children. Speaking before Sunday's season finale in Houston. He said ``it's not my personality to drag things out.''
Girardi replaced Joe Torre after the 2007 season and says he hadn't thought about whether he would be managing his last game for the Yankees. He says he would be up for the challenge of getting to the Yankees back to the playoffs.
New York is out of the postseason for the second time in 19 years and the first since 2008.
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