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Yankees general manager Brian Cashman broke his right leg and dislocated the ankle while skydiving in Florida.
Cashman jumped with the U.S. Army Golden Knights in a plane from Homestead Air Reserve Base outside Miami, a fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior Project. He was hurt on his second jump Monday.
The Yankees said X-rays at Homestead Hospital revealed a broken fibula and dislocated ankle. Cashman was scheduled for surgery later in the day with Dr. Dominic Carreira at Broward Health Medical Center.
''I'm in great spirits, and it was an awesome experience,'' Cashman said in a statement. ''The Golden Knights are first class. While I certainly didn't intend to raise awareness in exactly this fashion, I'm extremely happy that the Wounded Warrior Project is getting the well-deserved additional attention.''
The 45-year-old, who has been the team's GM since February 1998, also has rappelled down a 350-foot, 22-story building in Stamford, Conn., in an elf's costume the past two Decembers as part of the town's ''Heights and Lights'' celebration.
John Harper of The Daily News shared a photo of Cashman laying on the ground waiting to receive medical attention.
Cashman’s skydive benefitted the Wounded Warrior Project, so at the very least he can take comfort knowing that his pain is paying off. Here we are thinking that incredibly strange spring training injuries like this and this can only happen to players. Little did we know, GMs are just as susceptible.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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If Brian Cashman was a player, the Yankees would have traded him by now. One too many back page headlines, and one too many disastrous deals. And Monday would have been the final straw. The guy who questioned Joba Chamberlain’s decision to jump on a trampoline with his son just snapped his leg like Joe Theisman while leaping from a plane. The guy who said no to a second act of...
Brian Cashman parachuted out of a plane on Monday morning in an effort to raise awareness in the Wounded Warrior Project, but ended up breaking his ankle in the process.
New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman suffered a broken leg and a dislocated ankle on his second jump while skydiving for charity. Cashman was jumping with the Army's Golden Knights in an effort to raise money for the Wounded Warrior project.
According to initial reports, Cashman had suffered a fracture ankle with the bone protruding through the skin.
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Yankees general manager Brian Cashman got more then he bargained for when he decided to go sky-diving with the Golden Knights of the United States Army. On Monday, Cashman suffered a broken ankle during his second jump and will undergo surgery, John Harper of the New York Daily news confirmed.
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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...
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman went skydiving on Monday. Cashman went skydiving with the Golden Knights of the US Army on Monday at Homestead Air Force Base in Florida.
After enjoying his first jump Cashman opted to go for a second. It was then that he broke his ankle.
Cashman: i heard a pop in my ankle. twitter.com/NYDNHarper/sta…
— John Harper (@NYDNHarper)...
Up top that's Brian Cashman waiting to jump in an effort to raise awareness of the Wounded Warrior Project.
Down below that's the Yankees GM, wounded.
The New York Daily News' John Harper...
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Last year, Yankees GM Brian Cashman rappelled down some 20 stories as part of the annual Stamford, Connecticut Heights and Lights Festival. Yesterday, he parachuted with the Golden Knights in order...
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The New York Yankees have been dealing with injuries to their players, but now it looks like that bug has hit their front office, too.
According to ESPN New York, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman broke his ankle during a skydiving activity with the Golden Knights of the U.S. Army at the Homestead Air Force Base in Florida.
Cashman did the skydive in order...
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Yankees GM Brian Cashman injured his ankle while jumping with Golden Knights. He was taken to a local hospital and reportedly in good spirits. After having to deal with a prima donna like A-Rod, jumping out of a plane is a piece of cake.-TO
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