Found June 28, 2013 on Subway Squawkers:
Remember back when Brian Cashman was a nebbishy, likeable dude who didn't run around acting like his you-know-what didn't stink? Now, he's a nebbishy, unlikeable jerk who thinks he's a reality TV star or something. How long before he does one of those "Real Housewives" table flips?Yet most of the NYC media continues to give him a pass; they act like it's still 1998, and poor Bri is under the thumb of The Boss. They haven't realized that Cashman now acts even more bizarrely and angrily than Steinbrenner ever did. I was scratching my head the other day to think if I knew of any leaders in charge at billion-dollar corporations who would publicly tell their highest-paid employee to STFU. The only one I could think of would be Donald Trump, and even then, that's not really his style when it comes to the celebrities on his show. (Instead, he gets his revenge, like he did being dissed in Penn Gillette's book, by not picking him as the winner of &qu...

Cashman: A-Rod should just shut the f*** up

From Andrew Marchand: Livid over Alex Rodriguez's decision to tweet an update on his rehab process, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman had a message for the third baseman. “You know what, when the Yankees want to announce something, [we will]. Alex should just shut the f--- up. That's it. I'm going to call Alex now.” Rodriguez tweeted Tuesday that he has...

A-Rod responds to Brian Cashman

Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has responded to general manager Brian Cashman's critical remarks about his tweeting by releasing a statement.


Yankees insider: A-Rod is 'bizarre'

With the relationship between the Yankees and Alex Rodriguez becoming more and more strained, a Yankees insider referring to his behavior as "bizarre" won't help.


A-Rod planning to return and retire?

Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez intends to make a quick return to the field so he can retire and collect his entire salary before he's suspended by the MLB.

Alex Rodriguez Responds to Brian Cashman telling him to Shut the F*ck Up

  We reported the news last night of the rather umm… direct way New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman responded to Alex Rodriguez tweeting out that he had been cleared by doctors to resume playing baseball. Taking into account the way Cashman responded, we knew it would only be a matter of time before A-Rod decided to issue a statement in regards to what Cashman had to say. “I will...

Alex Rodriguez Responds to Brian Cashman’s Outburst, Says Tweet Was ‘Pure Excitment’ About Being Cleared

It took Alex Rodriguez only one Twitter mistake to revert back to the golden days of releasing a statement. After Yankees general manager Brian Cashman gave a colorful response to Rodriguez tweeting that he was cleared to play ball again, the third baseman went public — again — to say that he was just excited. “I will continue to work hard until my efforts get me back in...

PED Usage Business Fraud? Only Because the Leagues Allow It…

It’s lunch time and I find myself sitting at my computer reading an insider article on ESPN regarding the predicament Alex Rodriguez finds himself in after his general manager, Brian Cashman, publicly told him to “shut the f**# up!” I can’t help but laugh, Cashman basically just spoke for millions of sports fans with one clearly frustrated and angry response. That aside though...

Yankees GM Brian Cashman Tells A-Rod to ‘Shut the F$%k Up’!

Even from Tampa, Alex Rodriguez has figured out a way to anger the Yankees. While the Yankees have repeatedly said the third baseman has not been cleared to begin a rehab assignment, Rodriguez said he was set to start playing games in Tampa this Monday. On Tuesday, Rodriguez went to Twitter to say that the surgeon who performed his offseason hip surgery, Dr. Bryan Kelly, gave him...

Brian Cashman Finally Told Alex Rodriguez To ‘Shut The F*ck Up’

(via Getty Image)As soon as New York Yankees paycheck collector Alex Rodriguez joined Twitter on May 31, I’m sure a lot of people shared a similar version of the thought: “Dude, this is a terrible idea.” I’m not sure what the once-beloved baseball star thought he had to gain by creating an account on the world’s third most hate-filled place, behind YouTube comments and...

Column: What part of 'shut ... up' did A-Rod miss?

(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Writer The instructions were so simple it makes you wonder what part of ''just shut ... up'' Alex Rodriguez didn't understand. Yankees GM Brian Cashman's directive the other day was calibrated for maximum effect, sure. He knew exactly what he was doing. It's why he tucked a profanity in the middle. But Cashman...

Report: Alex Rodriguez Has Told Yankees He’s Not Ready to Play, Hip Still Bothering Him

Yankees general manager Brian Cashman wants gimpy superstar Alex Rodriguez to know that a doctor clearing him to play doesn’t mean the third baseman can just hop back on the field. Apparently, Rodriguez agrees — just not the way everyone thought. In a week full of firestorms after Rodriguez said a doctor had cleared him to play and Cashman angrily retorted that the team would...

A-Rod: I’m not ready to play

The Alex Rodriguez rehab-gate saga just took a strange turn. One day after he tweeted about how excited he was to begin playing baseball in minor league rehab games, which led to him being told by GM Brian Cashman to ‘shut the f up’, A-Rod has informed Yankees officials in Tampa that he is physically not ready to play baseball, according to the New York Post. “He is not ready...

Yankees' Alex Rodriguez clarifies his Tweet

After the fallout from the tweet Alex Rodriguez recently sent about his rehab, the Yankees' thirs baseman sought to clarify his intentions of sending the tweet.  This, of course, comes after Yankees' GM Brian Cashman essentially told Rodriguez to "shut the ___ up." Brian Hoch of says Cashman feels regret for his choice of words and the way he reacted...
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