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BRIAN CASHMAN RUMORS

Yankees' Cashman: A-Rod making case to be full-time DH

TAMPA, Fla. -- New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says Alex Rodriguez is making a case to be the team's full-time designated hitter and Adam Warren has taken a big lead to become the fifth starter. Rodriguez, who turns 40 in July, is returning from a one-year drug suspension. A-Rod entered Wednesday hitting .286 (8 for 28) with two homers. ''We'll talk about all these...
Via AP on Fox
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Big Blue Links: Brian Cashman’s Kentucky connection

Big Blue Links for Wednesday: New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman relishes his Kentucky connection, reports David Waldstein of the New York Times. “Cashman acknowledges that as much as he loves basketball, he was never a great player and … Continue reading →
Via John Clay's Sidelines
3 days ago

Chili Davis' Choice Of Red Sox Over Evil Empire

(Eagle-Tribune Photo)Chili Davis won two World Series rings with the Yankees in the late 1990s. So, when Brian Cashman made a push to sign him as the hitting coach of The Bronx Embalmers, he was obviously interested. However, in 2011, the Boston Red Sox offered Davis his first coaching position ever—hitting coach at AAA Pawtucket. So, when Ben Cherington came 'a-calling', Davis...
Via FenwayNation
17 days ago  |  Discuss

For Brian Cashman & The Yankees Captaincy, Time Heels All Wounds

In July of 1979, shortly after Thurman Munson was killed in a plane crash, there was a good amount of sentiment that the team's captaincy should be retired.  More than a few people felt that Munson should be the last official leader of the ball club.His death was that much of a tragedy.Well, that all changed three years later, when Graig Nettles was named captain. Then, in 1986...
Via Lady At The Bat
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Brian Cashman: Derek Jeter should be final Yankees captain

For over a decade, Derek Jeter served as captain for the New York Yankees. During that time he appeared in numerous all-star games, won a World Series, and carried himself in a way that made him one of the more beloved Yankees in the team’s storied history. With his career now over, there is no...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
23 days ago  |  Discuss

The Cashman/Headwarmer Dialogues: Moncada? Where Would We Play Him?

The latest entry in the long-running series in which Brian Cashman discusses the current state of the New York Yankees. With his headwarmer. Cashman: Gotta say, headwarmer, we really dodged a bullet with Moncada. Headwarmer: Oh? Do tell, turkey ****. Cashman: I don’t want to say the Red Sox got screwed. But the kid’s raw. Untested in the bigs. To roll out that kind of money...
Via Surviving Grady
29 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: Brian Cashman homeless

On Thursday, November 20 New York Yankees’ general manager Brian Cashman will sleep out on the cold, concrete ground of New York City. He isn’t doing it because he has to, but because he wants to. Cashman is one of dozens of business leaders who will sleep outside and on the ground in order to raise awareness for homeless children across the country. This is all apart of Covenant...
Via isportsweb.com
November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Open letter to Brian Cashman: Here's how the Yankees can obtain David Price

Dear Madam or Sir:The Gammonites are calling for you to get David Price. No problemo.Here's how you can do it.In 2015, when he is a free agent, call him up on the phone. First, you'll need his phone number. You can try the Internet. If that doesn't work, get a phone book, or call someone who may know him and have the number. When you call him, have your secretary say, "Holding on...

New York Yankees: The Cashman dilemma

“I’m ready to rock and roll,” said New York Yankees’ general manager Brian Cashman in regards to the July 31st non-waiver trade deadline. Cashman is actively seeking to improve the team, but has yet to finalize a trade. The Yankees are officially at their halfway point in the season, playing 82 games going 41-41 and are currently third in the AL East. I’d say it’s about...
Via isportsweb.com
July 03, 2014  |  1 Comment

Open letter to Brian Cashman: It's time to think about the nuke button

Dear Sir,Yesterday, I visited a buddy in the hospital, recovering from major surgery. We talked about the time we have left on this earth. I figure I've got six more Stephen King novels, four Springsteen albums and three Yankee world championships. But frankly, I'm not sure about those championships. I better eat right. They won't come soon.Sir, we are staring into a long, deep abyss...
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