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The Yankee “roster isn’t perfect, by any stretch,” according to Brian Cashman, and the GM clearly isn’t content with the team’s pitching staff. So Cashman is exploring the trade market and free agency to enhance the rotation.
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During a discussion with reporters on Wednesday, Brian Cashman talked about the budget that he was operating under. Or perhaps more specifically, the lack of a fixed budget.
“There’s always the target area (for the payroll),” Cashman said. “But obviously we’ve always been in the position thankfully that depending on what becomes available, how it looks, what our current...
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.
Brian Cashman hasn't talked deals yet with the agents for C.J. Wilson, Mark Buehrle or any of the other premier pitchers available, but he doesn't like the idea of the Yankees standing pat this offseason when it comes to their starting rotation.
"Would I be comfortable? No...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Searching for starting pitching, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said it's too early in the offseason to determine whether he'll go for a big-name addition to his rotation.
Yankees GM Brian Cashman spoke to reporters while at a charity function earlier today, and Marc Carig of The Star Ledger provided a recap. Here are the highlights...
The Yankees were aware that Jonathan Sanchez was on the trade block, but Cashman said the team did not have discussions about acquiring him. The Giants traded Sanchez to the Royals for former Yankee Melky Cabrera...
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The first phase of Brian Cashman’s winter program continued on Tuesday as the GM spoke with Jeff Berry, the agent for Mark Buehrle.
I don’t want to hear that he’s unobtainable. Everybody has a price. At this very moment, the Yankees have enough pieces to, at the VERY LEAST, get the Mariners to talk to them about this. Felix Hernandez was born for the Bronx.
Right now, Brian Cashman contends that the Yankees don’t have a plan just yet for 2012. Well, I think it’s about time you start making a plan. Currently...