Joe Girardi’s interview with Cubs for manager position reportedly lasted 8 hours
Joe Girardi interviewed with the Chicago Cubs for their manager job on Wednesday, and the process lasted eight hours, according to a report.
Cubs reporter Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago Sun-Times said on Thursday that Girardi’s interview went most of the day. He included a few photos in his tweet of Girardi with Cubs executives.
Joe Girardi finishes an eight-hour interview process with Cubs Wednesday. David Ross on deck for Thursday.
Source says Astros bench coach Joe Espada and Yankees special asst Carlos Beltran also on Cubs candidate list. pic.twitter.com/OICQbEzwkq
— Gordon Wittenmyer (@GDubCub) October 10, 2019
Wittenmyer’s tweet said David Ross would interview Thursday and that Joe Espada and Carlos Beltran were other names on the Cubs’ list. Wittenmyer reported late on Thursday that Ross’ interview went half as long as was characterized by Ross as “good”.
The Cubs have also interviewed Mark Loretta and Will Venable for the job.