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What Joe Girardi’s New 4-Year Contract Means for Him, Yankees

class="ui-droppable">It's official. The New York Yankees have made their first big signing of the offseason.

No, not Robinson Cano or any other free-agent hitter or pitcher. It's a bit too soon for that.

As it was announced via MLB's official Twitter account, the Yankees re-signed their manager instead: 



Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com was able to dig up the terms of the agreement:



Girardi wrapped up a three-year, $9 million contract that paid him a salary of $3 million in 2013, according to an ESPNNewYork.com report from 2010. At an average of $4 million per year, Girardi's new deal means he's getting a decent raise and, indeed, some pretty good money for a manager.

Now that the deal ...

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