It's official: The New York Yankees will not change managers this offseason, bringing Joe Girardi back for a seventh -- and, presumably, an eighth, ninth and 10th -- season. Not that this is too surprising; the Bronx Bombers have featured just two managers since 1996. But back in the day, change was a little more commonplace in Gotham; just take a look at all those managers who served multiple, non-consecutive terms. Can you name the last nine men to lead the Yankees from the dugout*? You already have one name ...

*Not counting Don Zimmer's 36-game interim stint at the start of 1999.

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