Found November 07, 2011 on
NY Daily News:
After locking up CC Sabathia with a five-year deal last week, Brian Cashman said he planned to take a “conservative” approach to the free-agent market. That approach is underway.
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This article was orginally posted at our Baseball Practice Tips site.Starting pitcher CC Sabathia earned a win in 2001 in 4 IP.
At an early age, we learned that pitchers need to finish 5 innings to qualify for a win. We’ve watched games where the starting pitcher is struggling to hold a big lead through 4 2/3 and the manager keeps him out there just a little longer to get that...
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman will lend a hand on Wednesday to support a winter coat drive at the Times Square Hard Rock Cafe, sponsored by the Yankees and New York Cares.
True to his word, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman reached out to C.J. Wilson’s agent yesterday.
“I would describe it as routine,” Cashman said of his talk with Bob Garber, Wilson’s representative.
Wilson, a 30-year-old lefty who went 16-7 with a 2.94 ERA for the AL...
Yankees GM Brian Cashman, in an effort to either clearly state his actual intentions regarding offseason dealings or provide cover for his true strategy, has repeatedly indicated over the past week or so that the priority for the Yankees this offseason would be the supplementing of their rotation. If early reports regarding the discussions he’s entertained prove true, and there...
The Yankees concluded their scouting meetings last month with a clear itemization for the offseason, which was -- way above all else -- to retain CC Sabathia before he hit the open market and then to obtain another high-end starter.
It mirrored where the Yankees were after the 2008 season...
The first phase of Brian Cashman’s winter program continued on Tuesday as the GM spoke with Jeff Berry, the agent for Mark Buehrle.