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Tag Archives: Brian Cashman
It's been a slow news week so far this week. I'm going to start getting into prospects soon to liven things up. First I thought I would pass along some non-baseball news that I am not terribly interested in, but have been getting emails asking me about them. CASHMAN IN HOT WATER: It all started when a ...
We all know that the Yankees now have seven starters for five rotation spots, but which five they will go with has all been speculation at this point. I think most people feel the way I do, that Freddy Garcia pitched better than A.J. Burnett and Phil Hughes last year and the No. 5 spot should ...
The G.M. meetings are underway Milwaukee this week and reporters met up with him and got a sort of state of the offseason address. Here is what he had to say (via Chad Jennings of the Journal News): Teams have inquired about a number of current Yankees in the majors and minors. Cashman named Nick Swisher, ...
We've known that Brian Cashman has been re-signed for a few days now, but the Yankees have finally made the actual announcement that he has a new three-year deal to serve as senior vice president and general manager. They have still not let it be known how much Cashman returned for, but his last deal was ...
The Yankees general manager Brian Cashman avoided becoming a free agent by agreeing to a three-year deal, according to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated. No word yet on how much money he will earn. This was a rather painless negotiation as both sides seemed eager to get a deal done quickly. Now they can move on ...
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 ...
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, who is set to become a free agent at month's end, met with owner Hal Steinbrenner yesterday to work out the details of his contract, according to George King of the NY Post. Cashman is finishing up a three-year $6 million deal and it is expected that there won't be much ...
Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner will meet with his perspective free agent general manager Brian Cashman next week. The two are expected to reach an agreement relatively easily on a new deal, according to Joel Sherman of the NY Post. Cashman is coming off a three-year $6 million contract that he signed after the 2008 season. Cashman ...