Found March 05, 2013 on Busted Coverage:

We told you guys yesterday that Yankees GM Brian Cashman went skydiving outside of Miami. He went up not once, but twice and ended up severely injuring his ankle on the second jump. The NY Post accompanied Cashman on the flight and filmed the first jump. Unfortunately they didn’t release video of the second jump so there is no footage (yet) of Cashman’s bone poking through the skin. Look how happy he looks here thousands of feet in the air. Little did he know that a mere few hours later he’d be under the knife in a hospital bed. After checking in with John Harper at the New York Daily News we noticed some new information on his Twitter feed. Yeah, I guess you can call that a rookie mistake. [h/t NY Post YouTube Channel] Filed under: Baseball, MLB, Video

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