Phillies supervisor Joe Girardi takes blame for disappointing season: ‘I failed’



Philadelphia Phillies supervisor Joe Girardi is taking numerous the blame for a disappointing season after his membership was eradicated from postseason competition by the Atlanta Braves on Thursday. 

“I really feel like I failed, you recognize, getting us to the place we wished to get to,” Girardi mentioned, in accordance with Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philly. “I all the time take full duty. I failed and it is a actually empty feeling.”

The Phillies entered September two video games behind the Braves for the division lead after an eight-game successful streak in August. They stored issues tight and had the prospect to take the highest spot within the NL East during the last a number of days however squandered the chance after being swept by the Braves. 

“It is excessive disappointment due to what we put into it. And when you might have an opportunity within the final week and you do not get it executed, it is excessive disappointment,” Girardi mentioned. 

“It stinks. It hurts. We have been going at this since that final day of final yr from a psychological standpoint, from a bodily standpoint, and it hurts.”

The Phillies can nonetheless end the yr with a successful document in the event that they win one in every of their ultimate three video games in opposition to the Miami Marlins. They have not had a successful marketing campaign since 2011. 

Girardi is in his second season as supervisor of the Phillies after 10 seasons with the New York Yankees. It’s going to be attention-grabbing to see how he handles the ultimate few video games of the season.




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