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New York Yankees - New York Post:
Late Thursday night — or yesterday morning, to be precise — Brian Cashman finally turned off his phone.
It was 3:49 a.m. and unlike other long nights when the Yankees’ general manager might be working on a trade or talking with an agent, this time Cashman was just trying to...
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Brian Cashman spent Wednesday night away from the lap of luxury as he slept on the streets outside of the Covenant House Crisis Center on 41st Street in Manhattan for charity.
Cashman among business leaders involved in sleepout
It was on this day in 1954 that the Yankees and Orioles finalized a huge 17-player deal that took five days to fully process. The most notable new Yankees were future Cy Young winner "Bullet" Bob Turley and Don Larsen, who achieved baseball immortality two years later when he threw the only perfect game in World Series history.
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New Jersey Senator Joe Vitale and Yankees GM Brian Cashman were just two supporters who slept outside of Covenant House on Wednesday night on 41st Street in Manhattan for charity.
Temps dipped to...
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