Thomson in contention for Yankee managerial job?

 Stratford resident Rob Thomson (Corunna, Ont.) is in contention to be the next manager of the New York Yankees.  

Stratford resident Rob Thomson (Corunna, Ont.) is in contention to be the next manager of the New York Yankees.  


The last time Rob Thomson was a full-time manager Mike Lowell was his third baseman.

The year was 1995 with class-A Oneonta in the New York Penn League. Thompson (Corunna, Ont.) was bench coach of the New York Yankees this season. Thomson already has five World Series rings four in the minors and the last one 2009 as a coach on Giradi’s staff.

And now that manager Joe Girardi has been let go who will take over? Well according to Bodog the Canuck is the leader in the clubhouse at odds of 6-1 is Thomson, an off-season resident of Stratford.

Who will be the next Manager of the New York Yankees?
Rob Thomson               6/1
Joe Espada                  7/1
Al Pedrique                   7/1
Tony Pena                    8/1
Trey Hillman                  10/1

Kevin Long                   10/1
Jay Bell                        12/1
Raul Ibanez                   12/1
Pete Mackanin              12/1
Don Mattingly               12/1

Josh Paul                     16/1
Willie Randolph             12/1
Larry Rothschild            12/1
Tim Naehring                 16/1
Dusty Baker                  20/1

Reggie Willits                20/1
Brad Ausmus                25/1
John Farrell                   25/1
Jason Giambi                33/1
Alex Rodriguez              100/1