No need to fret, Yankees fans and sorry, Cubs faithful -- Joe Girardi is staying in New York. Three weeks before his previous deal was set to expire, the Yanks announced they have reached a four-year deal to retain Girardi as manager. In six years at the helm, he's led the Bronx Bombers to a MLB-best 564-408 record (.580) a 2009 World Series title. He even managed to lead this year's injury-riddled team to an 85-win season. But will they be championship material before 2017?

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