BRIAN CASHMAN NEWS

Cashman Comes Out of Trade Season With an “A”

On a day where Jon Lester traded a Boston Red Sox jersey for an Oakland Athletics jersey, and David Price traded a Tampa Bay Rays jersey for a Detroit Tigers jersey, one of the biggest winners was not Oakland or Detroit, but instead the quiet New York Yankees, and Brian Cashman who acquired Stephen Drew, […]
Via On-Base Talk
8 hours ago  |  Discuss

Cashman improves Yankees at deadline

Give credit where credit is due; New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman made his team better without giving up highly touted prospects this July. The Yankees have a long hill to climb, as the rotation was not addressed, but they certainly look a bit more solid as the calendar turns to August.As the clock began to wind down Thursday, it looked as though the Yankees might not...
Via The Baseball Stance
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Yankees Improve Slightly During Historic Day In Trade Deadline History

After one of the biggest days in trade deadline history, during which several teams improved vastly, the New York Yankees improved only slightly.  And that's okay.If you were waiting for Brian Cashman to cast his net far and wide to bring in the best of the best, you haven't been paying attention to what they have or, more accurately, haven't been doing with their farm...
Via Lady At The Bat
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Deep Thoughts by Brian Cashman

"It is a unique set of circumstances," Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said of making a trade with the Red Sox.  "One of our two teams has to be in the playoff mode, in my opinion, and the other has to be rebuilding to some degree."
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Notes on Pineda, Roster Moves and Refsynder

(Photo by Tom Szczerbowski, Getty Images) With all the moves made yesterday a few tidbits of news went unnoticed. First off GM Brian Cashman feels optimistic about the return of Michael Pineda. It was announced earlier this week that Pineda will start his final rehab assignment this weekend, but there was some speculation about where he would go. Via Bryan Hoch, Cashman said Pineda...
Via Bronx Pinstripes
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: Trade Deadline Wrap-Up

The New York Yankees did not acquire Jon Lester or David Price at the MLB trade deadline, but Brian Cashman still maneuvered. Here’s the Yankees trade deadline wrap-up: The post New York Yankees: Trade Deadline Wrap-Up appeared first on Standing O Sports and was written by Lucas Frankel.
Via Standing O Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Trade Deadline: Yankees Last Minute Rundown

Credit: Getty Images It’s Thursday morning and we are just mere hours away from the 4pm trade deadline. This year the Yankees have been connected to some of the usual big names, along with some very under the radar guys. I have no doubt that general manager Brian Cashman will make at least one move at some point today, the obvious need being a right-handed power bat that ideally...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Will the Yankees get their reinforcements?

Brian Cashman has said that he has “more work to do” in preparing the Yankees’ roster for a playoff run, and if the general manager is able to cross the finish line on anything, there could be new faces in the clubhouse on Friday at Fenway Park. Possibilities continue to float with Thursday’s non-waivers Trade Deadline approaching, and while manager Joe Girardi is keeping...
Via Pro Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

MLB Week in Review: AL East

As the trade deadline is rapidly approaching, every team in the AL East is in the hunt. The New York Yankees have already made a couple of modest moves, but the club hasn’t made its usual big splash. The Baltimore Orioles have been enjoying the team’s first place needs are not as apparent as the rest of the division’s. The Toronto Blue Jays still have major pitching gaps to...
Via Grandstand University
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Buy, Sell or trade, What the Yankees are really doing

Photo – Getty Images We are just about closing in on the July 31 4pm trade deadline, so far general manager Brian Cashman has done a good job with the patchwork moves he’s made. As we’ve seen so far there really isn’t a juicy market of players this season, again thanks to the addition of the second wild card spot. It’s probably something we can look forward to seeing every...
Via Bronx Pinstripes
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankeetorial: Two excruciating defeats lead the Yankees into "Mortgage the Future" Week

This weekend, the Redsocks traded the ever-crumbling Jake Peavy for two solid pitching prospects, and there's not a Boston frat-boy in beer pong captivity who doesn't expect his team to rise next year and crush the AL East. Why wouldn't they think such crap? Their farm system produces, and they supplement it holding garage sales. It's not rocket science. It's...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Dissecting The New York Yankees’ Trade Options

Will Ryan Howard be traded to the Yankees? Mandatory Credit: lineupforms.com In the past few weeks, Yankees’ general manager Brian Cashman decided not to wait for the Jul. 31 trade deadline in his attempt to upgrade the roster. Cashman has made some moves that have paid off and not cost the Yankees very much in return, as newly acquired Brandon McCarthy and Chase Headley have...
Via The Sports Journal
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Two events today could determine Brian Cashman's legacy

Around here, some of us have a tendency - you could say - to now and then mutter unpleasantries about Mr. Brian Cashman. (Looking at you, Alphonso.) After all, the Evils haven't won a World Series since 2009, and our Redsock enemies have three in 10 years. We blame who else - (but not W.B. Mason) - other than our whipping man-boy, the Cash Man. Lately, though, he's on a roll...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Cashman prioritizes adding bat before August

The reformulated Yankees rotation has performed better than Brian Cashman would have anticipated, and the general manager said that he'd prefer to focus his attention on acquiring a big bat as the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches. "It's weird," Cashman said in an interview with ESPN New York 98.7 FM. "Our pitching has been drastically altered because...
Via Pro Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankees Getting Stronger, Thanks To Brian Cashman's Recent Moves

After Monday's loss, the Yankees were faced with having to win their series against the Rangers the "hard way," as YES announcer Ken Singleton refers to winning the remaining games of a series after losing the first.  They did just that. Now they go into the weekend series against the Blue Jays with more work to do, but with a team that is just a little bit stronger...
Via Lady At The Bat
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Pompous prick Michael Francesa told Brian Cashman not to apologize to a WFAN caller Mike had dumped

Phil Mushnick writes, "On Tuesday, [Mike] Francesa threatened to surpass his previous standards for pompous, imperious conduct when he suddenly dumped a caller, “John,” to conduct his regular session with “Cash,” known to the serfs in the Kingdom of Francesspool as Yankees general manager Brian Cashman." Cashman apologized to John...to which Francesa replied, "...
Via Bob's Blitz
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankees reportedly in talks to acquire Padres' Ian Kennedy

The New York Yankees have been the most active team on the trade market. Over the course of the last month, they have acquired pitchers Brandon McCarthy, Jeff Francis and Chris Capuano as well as third baseman Chase Headley.  This hasn’t stopped Yankees general manager Brian Cashman from looking for even more upgrades, According to a report by ESPN’s Jim Bowden, New York is...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankees acquire Chris Capuano

  The Yankees have made another one of those “incremental” upgrades that General Manager Brian Cashman has been referring to. The Yankees acquired
Via On-Base Talk
8 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: Brian Cashman Getting Away with Highway Robbery

As teams wait for the trade deadline to approach, Brian Cashman hasn’t wasted anytime making 2 moves that drastically improved the Yankees for the stretch run. First, Cashman managed to get the Arizona Diamondbacks to acquire Vidal Nuno, the same Vidal Nuno who has some of the most under-whelming stuff of any pitcher in baseball, who couldn’t pitch his way out of a paper bag...
Via Standing O Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankees Injury Update: Masahiro Tanaka showing 'marginal improvement'

New York Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka received a platelet-rich plasma injection on July 14 in hopes to reduce pain and swelling in his right elbow. Tanaka, though, is still feeling discomfort in the elbow. The Yankees, however, continue their optimism that Tanaka will will return to the mound by September.#452234830 / gettyimages.comMLB.com's Bryan Hoch and Jake Kring-Schreifels...
Via Sports Injury Alert
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Masahiro Tanaka still has elbow pain

New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Wednesday that Masahiro Tanaka, the ace of his pitching staff, is still feeling discomfort in his pitching elbow despite not having picked up a baseball since receiving a platelet-rich plasma injection 10 days ago. Speaking on ESPN New York 98.7 FM's "The Michael Kay Show," Cashman gave the following update on Tanaka...
Via Pro Sports Daily
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Pitchers who leave the Diamondbacks get better. Pitchers they acquire get worse.

In his second start with his new team on Saturday, New York Yankees right-hander Brandon McCarthy fired six innings of one-run ball against the Cincinnati Reds. As it pertains to the Diamondbacks, it isn't just the results that are of interest, it's how he said he accomplished them. McCarthy, who was traded to the Yankees on July 6, used his cut fastball with increased frequency...
Via Pro Sports Daily
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankees Injury Update: Mark Teixeira, Masahiro Tanaka

New York Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira could return to the lineup as early as Thursday, maybe Friday, according to the Yankees Injury Report. In fact, general manager Brian Cashman has stated that he has a "low-level" concern for Texieira's lat strain, indicating that Teixeira is nearly ready. The news is not as good, though, for rookie pitcher Masahiro Tanaka...
Via MLB Injury News
10 days ago  |  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...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankees don't sign Mariano Rivera's son: Report

The Yankees announced Saturday that draft pick Mariano Rivera Jr., the son of their retired legendary closer, did not sign a contract before Friday's deadline.The team had selected Rivera Jr., a righthander from Iona College, in the 29th round of the June amateur draft. Rivera Jr. has decided he will return to school for his junior year.The Yankees did sign 27 of the 38 other...
Via The Other Paper
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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