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The Yankees did not pick up their option on Andrew Brackman, a former first round draft pick, making Brackman a free agent. Brackman made his MLB debut for the Yankees in September 2011. Cashman says, ” I would love to bring him back on a minor league deal.” Other Yankees Updates: Joba Chamberlain tweeted [...]
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Pitcher Andrew Brackman has been released by the New York Yankees, four years after signing a contract for a $3.35 million bonus.
New York drafted Brackman in the first round with the 30th pick in 2007, knowing the 6-foot-10 right-hander from North Carolina State likely would need elbow ligament-replacement surgery. He had the operation that Aug 24.
Brackman made his major league...
Now that Brian Cashman has been re-signed as Yankees GM, shortly after making a deal with CC Sabatahia, I have one request for him: To shut up about how oh-so-tough it is to be general manager of the New York Yankees. Boo bleeding hoo. Enough already. If the job is sooooo much for poor Brian to handle, then he should have taken his talents to St. Louis, or to Anaheim, or to Boston...
From Yankees.com:The New York Yankees today announced that the club has re-signed Brian Cashman to a three-year contract to serve as the organization's Senior Vice President and General Manager. You can read the entire press release here.
Today the New York Yankees re-signed Brian Cashman to a three-year contract to serve as the organization’s Senior Vice President and General Manager. This comes a day after Yankees ace C.C. Sabathia received his contract extension.
Rightfully the Yankees rewarded Cashman who has been with the Yankees since 1986 when he was a 19-year-old intern in the Minor League and Scouting Department...
New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman signed a three-year contract extension Tuesday.
According to the New York Daily News, the sides agreed to the deal several days ago but waited to announce it until Cashman finished his negotiations with ace C.C. Sabathia, who signed a five-year contract extension Monday.
Cashman, 44, has been GM of the Yankees since 1998 and had...
BRIAN CASHMAN typically chooses his words very carefully. During a conference call to announce his own new contract, Cashman began an answer about A.J. Burnett by saying, “If he’s with us, he’s in the rotation."
ussell Martin was so good last season that Brian Cashman said
the catcher was “Thurman Munson-like” and the GM is open to discussing a multi-year deal for the
backstop, who is under club control for next season.
It's been a busy day for the Yankees. They've announced their extension with GM Brian Cashman and declined their option on Andrew Brackman, making the right-hander a free agent. Reactions to C.C. Sabathia's extension have continued streaming in and we have some more notes to pass along from Cashman's conversation with reporters. Most of the quotes below come via...
Russell Martin made quite an impression on Brian Cashman in his first year in The Bronx -- so much so the GM wouldn’t rule out giving the catcher an extension.
“He came in here and we thought he was Thurman Munson-like,” Cashman said on a conference call yesterday. “I...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Brian Cashman has signed a three-year contract with the New York Yankees, a day after his previous deal as general manager expired.