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From Marc Carig:Pleased with what he described as general manager Brian Cashman’s “aggressiveness,” C.J. Wilson’s representative said today the Yankees have extended an invitation to visit New York, where he would meet with some of the team’s top decision-makers.
Wilson’s agent Bob Garber, who met with Cashman at the general managers’ meetings, refused to divulge...
While watching a NCAA Football game at Yankee Stadium, Mark Herrmann caught up with New York Yankees CEO Lonn Trost about other events at Yankee Stadium, to which Trost replied “Hopefully, we’ll have hockey here.” Clearly this indicates that the Yankees want to have a Winter Classic at the Stadium in the future.
The problem herein lies with the Pinstripe Bowl, which plays...
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has confirmed that he recently met with Bob Garber, who happens to be the agent for both C.J. Wilson and Roy Oswalt.
MILWAUKEE — These are the Bizarro GM Meetings in which the Marlins are chasing the top of the free-agent market, the Nationals are considered financial stalking horses and the Yankees are hardly making a ripple.
Brian Cashman arrived to the Pfister Hotel on Monday, waved to the media and headed to...
The New York Yankees' search for starting pitching entered a new phase Tuesday, as general manager Brian Cashman met with the agent for free-agent pitchers C.J. Wilson and Roy Oswalt, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Wilson is the top free agent pitcher on the market, and Oswalt is a reliable fallback option. Cashman and agent Bob Garber sat down to discuss...
Brian Cashman met with Bob Garber, the agent for C.J. Wilson and Roy Oswalt, in Milwaukee today, the Yankees GM confirmed. Garber didn't divulge whether the two sides exchanged figures for either pitcher, but told Marc Carig of the Star-Ledger that the Yanks invited Wilson to New York to meet with the team's decision-makers, including Hal Steinbrenner and director of pro...
Brett Gardner knows how unpredictable baseball’s hot stove season can be. He got calls last winter after there were reports that Yankee GM Brian Cashman had eaten dinner with Carl Crawford’s agents at the winter meetings and folks wondered if Gardner would be the odd outfielder out.
Let's start the week off right! Today's POTD focuses on the Jays last home game of 2011 against the Evil Empire Sunday, September 18.Brandon Morrow found his form again to blank the Yankees to the tune of eight scoreless innings, allowing just four hits and one walk while striking out eight.
Adam Lind steps into one in front of the Yankees Canadian catcher, Russell Martin...