Joe Girardi soon could be a Major League Baseball manager once again.

But the question is where exactly will he land?

Girardi reportedly will go through a second round of interviews with two teams with the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies.

Despite having “some level of mutual interest” with New York “for months,” Girardi isn’t the only person the Mets are bringing back for a second time. Also in the running for the job are Carlos Beltrán and Eduardo Peréz, per SNY’s Andy Martino and The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal.

According to NBC Sports Philadelphia’s Jim Salisbury, Girardi recently was in Philadelphia for a second interview with the Phillies, as well. Ex-Orioles manager Buck Showalter reportedly has had a second interview with the team, too.

Girardi did interview with the Cubs, per Salisbury, although his status for that job currently is unclear.

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