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Yankees general manager hopes to repel down Connecticut office building alongside Red Sox manager
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Could the New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman be pulling a Philly fast one by secretly going after the top free agent on the market, Albert Pujols?
The Yankees are one of the few, if not the only, team that could legitimately offer Pujols the money he wants; along with the stage and superstar teammates that will allow him to flourish.
Even though superstar Mark Teixeira now occupies...
There was also this related bit of info from Chad Jennings: Brian Cashman was asked today whether the new collective bargaining agreement will impact his pursuit of international free agents this winter. Teams are about to pay a premium when they spend big on the international market — and there are some premier international free agents out there — but Cashman wouldn’t...
Brian Cashman and staff arrive at the Winter Meetings in Dallas tomorrow open for anything.
What they leave with Thursday will depend on the action of others.
“Brian is giving off signs that the Yankees don’t want to do much, but don’t believe it,’’ an MLB executive said...
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman isn’t wasting any time introducing new Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine to the oldest rivalry in baseball. In the spirit of the holidays, Cashman, who practiced rappelling down a 22-story building in preparation for “Heights & Lights” event this Sunday in Stamford, Connecticut, challenged Valentine to join him in next...
It didn't take long for Yankees general manager Brian Cashman to verbally confront the Red Sox's new manager. "I publically challenge Bobby Valentine to join me on the building," Cashman said with a smile Friday morning. "Landmark Square, first week of December, 2012. Be there."
Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman had challenged the new Red Sox manager, Bobby Valentine, to a little friendly rappelling.
You never know what you'll find.The meetings begin Monday, and according to one story I read last night, Brian Cashman is going to "feel around" about pitching prospects. He said the Yankees do not need Albert Pujols, which I find reassuring. (George Steinbrenner would have offered Pujols Central Park.)Meanwhile, Bobby Valentine is headed to meet David Ortiz. "...