Former Yankees manager Joe Girardi will bring his managerial prowess to MLB Network this season as a studio analyst, per NY Daily News' Amara Grautski.
"I'm really excited to join MLB Network and to have a chance to talk about the game that I love so much," Girardi said in an official statement.
Girardi has spent the last 10 years managing the Yankees, where he won a World Series title in 2009, and most recently, made it to the American League Championship series in 2017.
The 53-year-old has noted in the past that he would be interested in a broadcasting role if asked. He did say, "But I think working for (YES Network) would be kind of strange." He was an analyst for the Yankees' network in 2004 and 2007 as well as FOX Sports in 2007 as well.
Girardi's first broadcast with the national network will be on "MLB Tonight" on Wednesday night.