Thanks to “Shaun P” for the heads-up on this from The Post:
For almost 30 minutes yesterday, Randy Johnson spoke with pitching expert Joe Kerrigan at his locker.
Kerrigan, the former Boston pitching coach and manager recently hired by the Yankees, was Johnson’s Double A and Triple A pitching coach in the Montreal organization in the late 1980s.
GM Brian Cashman said yesterday that Kerrigan was hired to “tighten up” the team’s advance scouting, but Kerrigan doesn’t have a title.
Speculation has already begun that Kerrigan will replace Mel Stottlemyre as pitching coach next season, since Stottlemyre has once again said he’ll retire after this year.
Well, it Unit goes on a roll now, perhaps we will have this meeting to point back to?