USA baseball announced on Wednesday that former New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi has stepped down as manager of Team USA, with sights set on major league opportunities. Scott Brosius, who was named USA Baseball’s senior director of player development in January, will take over the role of manager for Team USA.

Brosius won three World Series titles with the Yankees, earning Most Valuable Player honors in 1998. Following his decade-long playing career, Brosius served as the hitting coach for the Seattle Mariners’ AAA affiliate the Tacoma Rainiers, before being promoted to assistant coach for the Mariners in 2017 and M’s third base coach in 2018.

The full release from USA Baseball can be found at the link here.

Girardi quits USA Baseball, eyes MLB openings