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Hours removed from a 22-story jump from the Landmark Building in Stamford, Conn., Brian Cashman hinted that his most daring move of the week might already be in the past. The Yankees are open for business, but Cashman is not optimistic of making a big splash.
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The 2011 Winter Meetings are officially underway down in Dallas, Texas and New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman has yet to make any noise.
The Yankees have not been shy about being quiet, and look to stay that way because the team is already pretty good.
Not that the Yankees are devoid of need, but they are nowhere near desperate enough...
Cashman not optimistic about making major move
Cashman say he's expecting a quiet week of talks in Dallas
It may seem like some sort of bizarro baseball universe to watch the Yankees sitting on the sidelines while the Marlins chase all the splashy moves, but the developments aren't shocking to Brian Cashman.
Has anyone seen this photo of Brian Cashman repelling down the side of the building? If you’re a Yankees fan you’re used to seeing nerdy Cashman with a microphone in his face. This may actually mean that Cashman is cooler than we originally thought!
This is probably one of my favorite weekly posts. Athletes and Management in pro sports never cease to amaze me with their words...
General Manager Brian Cashman rappelled down a 22-story building at a Stamford holiday festival Sunday, a day before the baseball winter meetings kick off in Dallas. For a change the Yankees are expected to remain on the sideline.
Sports fans are often suckers for big names. Big name players, big name managers, big name coaches and even GMs. Some owners are suckers for them, too. But history has shown the so-called big names dont always add up to the best hires.
Had anyone heard of Jon Daniels, Brian Cashman, Theo Esptein or Andrew Friedman before they were hired by the Rangers, Yankees, Red Sox or Rays respectively...
General Manager Brian Cashman said part of the reason it is hard to find a match is that all teams share concerns over rising payroll costs, and so they covet their prospects.
DALLAS — Brian Cashman checked into the Winter Meetings yesterday looking for action he may not find.
“I’m not here to sit back for three days and order room service,’’ the Yankees general manager declared shortly after he arrived at the spacious Hilton Anatole yesterday afternoon. “I will try, but...
What does it say about the bizarre nature of the winter meetings when Yankees GM Brian Cashman walks unbothered through the cavernous lobby and reporters are chasing Marlins executives into elevators?
From George A. King III:The Yankees have inserted A.J. Burnett into the trade market at the Winter Meetings, The Post has learned.
According to multiple teams, the Yankees have let it be known they will listen to offers for Burnett and are willing to pay $8 million of the $33 million Burnett is owed over the next two seasons.
“We will listen on anybody,’’ GM Brian Cashman...
Could this be the end of the A.J. Burnett saga? Numerous sources have reported that Brian Cashman and the Yankees would consider finally shipping off Burnett, even offering to pay $8 million of the $33 million remaining on the final two seasons of his contract. Burnett does have a limited trade clause making the teams interested in him vary.If Burnett goes, this will open a spot...