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ESPN's Peter Gammons is reporting that the Orioles have offered the manager's job to former Marlins manager and current Yankees broadcaster Joe Girardi,

As we all know by now, the team's presumptive chief operating officer, Andy MacPhail, executive vice president for baseball operations Mike Flanagan, general counsel Russell Smouse and owner Peter Angelos' son, Lou Angelos, a lawyer, all met with Girardi yesterday in Chicago.

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The club was expected to talk with other candidates, including Davey Johnson, Dusty Baker and Rick Dempsey, but if what Gammons reports is true, it's Girardi's job to take or or turn down.

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