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The first time Mike Scioscia caught a full season in the major leagues, he guided a pitching staff that modern fans would not recognize.
Before every game of the World Series, the participating managers set aside time in their office for private conversations with broadcasters. These are not televised news conferences but informal sessions, sometimes just for background, that help shape the national television and radio broadcasts.
In the weeks since their season ended just short of making the World Series, the Yankees have operated in a methodical, disciplined manner. They dispatched their manager, Joe Girardi, and set about interviewing replacements as if they were selecting apples at a farmers’ market.