The Yankees have limped out of the All-Star break and with all their problems seem a better bet to finish below .500 than reach the postseason.

With Joe Girardi’s contract up at the end of the season team president Randy Levine was asked about the manager’s job security.

“Joe Girardi is a great manager” Levine said at a press conference for the NHL’s Stadium Series a pair of games at Yankee Stadium in January featuring the Rangers against the Islanders and the Devils. “We’re not getting into any of that talk today.”

But that talk will only continue if the team continues to sink although Levine called the Yankees’ amount of injuries this year “unprecedented.”

“Obviously we’re struggling and the team is not playing well” Levine said. “We still have time in the season.”

No big moves appear to be in the works.

“This is the team that’s on the field” Levine said. “They’re going to have to start playing better or they’re not going to be in the playoffs. It’s as simple as that.”