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10) He's going to miss April, which given his historical stats from the month, could be a net gain
9) Teix was hurt swinging a bat, which might not be the best sign going forward
8) Between this, the Curtis Granderson injury and the A-Rod issues, GM Brian Cashman's parachuting problem is starting to make more sense
7) I'm bummed out by this, because it really kills the chance for someone to overpay for him at auction like every year
6) Sadly, this just ensures that "Underdog Yankees Valiant Comeback" is somehow going to be a story
5) If this somehow leads to rehiring Jason Giambi, Johnny Damon, Nick Johnson or John Olerud, that would be thoroughly acceptable, just so long as they don't give a job to someone young and unknown
4) Cashman says this is not the time of year to make any significant moves, because he already knows that this team is a .500 third-place team in baseball's toughest division, with or without it's wildly ov...
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When Yankees GM Brian Cashman started his "look at me, I'm rappelling" nonsense a few years ago, I got hate mail from his minions for daring to criticize his immaturity. Apparently, if you act like a complete knucklehead, risking your life and health, but it's for charity, it's perfectly acceptable to some people. I wondered then about what would happen if something...
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...
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.
People who attended...
Whatever bad mojo the New York Yankees picked up is awful and unforgiving.
The latest in a string of incidents that have plagued the club is the injury to first baseman Mark Teixeria.
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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...
Yankees Manager Joe Girardi has told the media that Curtis Granderson will be inserted as the starting center fielder for the Bronx Bombers upon his return to the team and that Brett Gardner will be the starting left fielder come Opening Day. After all the hype and excitement that Yankees fans had to see the speedster patrolling center field this season, many fans and media members...
The New York Yankees learned today Mark Teixeira will miss 8-10 weeks, but even without him, Curtis Granderson, Phil Hughes, and Alex Rodriguez, general manager Brian Cashman is not worried about not making the postseason.
Some people still revel in the failings of the Evil Empire. Anytime a piece of bad news comes out and the Yankees' name is stamped in the headline, there are fans who simply rejoice. They can't help it. These fans aren't rooting for people to get injured, they are rooting for the Yankees to stumble. It's been that way for years, but the Yankees always manage...
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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What does Brian Cashman have in common with Derek Jeter and Joba Chamberlain? Nothing really besides having the third most famous broken ankle in recent New York Yankees history.
After the Yankees general manager broke his right fibula and dislocated his right ankle while skydiving with the Golden Knights of the U.S. Army Monday morning, Cashman had surgery later at Broward Health...
We all know the New York Yankees are in a heap of trouble heading into the regular season. Mark Teixeira is headed towards the DL, joining Curtis Granderson. Alex Rodriguez is out until the late summer, at least, and Derek Jeter is questionable for Opening Day. Kevin Youkilis is big new face in the infield, and he could be moved over to first base if the Yankees choose to pick up...
With first baseman Mark Teixeira set to miss the next two months due to a wrist injury, the New York Yankees will pursue corner
infielders, according to Mark Feinsand of The New York Daily News.
With Teixeira out for 8-10 weeks, the Yankees will look at first baseman AND third baseman, then play Youkilis where they think it's best.
— Mark Feinsand (@FeinsandNYDN) March...
AL BEast Notebook – March 6
Yankees are dropping faster than Brian Cashman out of an airplane.
Bad news continues to pile up for the Bombers. First baseman Mark Teixeira hurt his right wrist swinging in the batting cage on Tuesday and will miss at least two weeks.
Yes, he’s out of the World Baseball Classic, but the bigger news is that Tex won’t even be swinging a bat for practically...
That scoring update is either the work of an ESPN intern looking to get fired or the Lightning and Penguins have found offensive cohesion. The highest scoring game in modern NHL history? Edmonton beat Chicago, 12-9, in 1985.
If you’re an intern looking to make a name for yourself on the internet, go big.
As for ESPN’s women’s basketball coverage, someone was navigating a...
The New York Yankees are looking more and more banged up every day, with an assortment of ailments slowing them in spring training.
Alex Rodriguez was already out until at least the All-Star break, and recent injuries to outfielder Curtis Granderson and first baseman Mark Teixeira have sidelined them past opening day.
Reliever David Robertson has a sore shoulder after sleeping...