Yankees Contract with Cashman “Just About” Finished

It has seemingly been a forgone conclusion for a few weeks now, but it appears that the Yankees and their general manager Brian Cashman are “just about” finished minting him a new three-year contract, according to Anthony McCarron of the NY Daily News.

No word on how much the deal is worth exactly, but McCarron’s source said, “It’ll get done,” and added that it could be announced as soon as the World Series is over.

Cashman’s last deal was a three-year deal worth $6 million. This figures to be just as much and potentially up to $9 million.

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One Response to Yankees Contract with Cashman “Just About” Finished

  1. I would like to see the contract get done, I think it will be around 9 mil which is a bit much for him all things considered…

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