The Yankees have announced that so far they have set 3 interviews for the vacant manager job, and may interview up to 5 when it is all said and done.
Don Mattingly, Joe Girardi, and Tony Pena are the three announced interviewees.
Mattingly is widely considered to be the favorite by the idiots in the media going into this process. However, on paper anyway, he is the least qualified in my view. Both Pena and Girardi have experience in NY, they both have experience in actually managing, and both have won Manager of the Year awards. Interestingly enough, both won those awards with the lowest payroll in their league at the time.
As of now, I am partial to Pena getting the nod.