Bad choice?

The Cubs chose Piniella over Girardi, who has Yanks on cusp of Series title

Updated: November 2, 2009, 9:33 PM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

Three years and three weeks ago, Joe Girardi interviewed for his dream job. He didn't get it. That job, of course, was manager of Chicago Cubs.

He waited a year, did some TV, and then got another job. A pretty good one managing the New York Yankees, the team with which he won three World Series rings.

Girardi is managing a $200 million ballclub in the World Series and, as I'm writing this, is one win shy of the team's first title since 2000, when Girardi left ...

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