|Could you ask him to call me? cost drugs prescription Itรขยยs been suggested before, as the Yankees showed signs of a slow decline after 2009, but now it is reality: Welcome back to 1964, when the Yankee dynasty ended with a resounding crash because the core veterans got old, and the minor league pipeline that had sustained them through four decades dried up. And now you wonder if maybe Joe Girardi, seeing the same thing, wonรขยยt also follow his fellow รขยย96, รขยย98, รขยย99 ring-bearers out the door? Is Girardi รขยย who will almost surely get a goodly share of Manager of the Year votes even if he isnรขยยt able to complete a miracle run to the playoffs with this rag-tag, beaten up Yankee team รขยย prepared to be Johnny Keane circa 1965? In recent days, Girardi has been evasive whenever questions about his Yankee future have been broached. As a free agent, heรขยยs certainly going to have options, not the least of which could be his old hometown team, the Cubs. Unlike the Yankees, the Cubs under Theo Epstein have been quietly assembling a top-rated group of young players and prospects through the draft (shortstop Javier Baez, outfielder Albert Almora, righthander Kris Bryant), trades (first baseman Anthony Rizzo, third baseman Mike Olt) and international signings (Cuban outfielder Jorge Soler). Dare we say the lovable losers of Wrigley Field look to have a brighter future than the Yankees right now?