You can’t put a particular price on memories. But Cashman didn’t realize that fans would pay good money to stroll down memory lane.
A 21-page profile of Brian Cashman is shedding some light on just how contentious it got when the retired Yankees captain was negotiating his contract in 2010.
While several teams in the American League were able to add valuable pieces prior to the non-waiver trade deadline, the Yankees, in somewhat of a surprise, did not make any significant moves.
Brian Cashman is still sticking to his guns.
The Yankees are one good stretch — or one big splash — from running away with the division. But so far GM Brian Cashman has been unwilling to unload blue-chip talent in a trade.
Commissioner Rob Manfred thinks baseball may need to consider moving the trade deadline back to give teams in the hunt for a wild card more time.
He will keep all of his options open, literally. That was the message Wednesday from general manager Brian Cashman as the Yankees consider ways to improve themselves prior to the July 31 trade deadline.
It’s that time of the year again — when Brian Cashman goes out of his way to dispel just how aggressive the usually aggressive Yankees plan to be at the trade deadline.
Now that Alex Rodriguez has more home runs than lawsuits, the Yankees are happy with him.
On Sunday, Rodriguez kept his cool when asked about the bonus and didn’t talk negatively about the Yankees’ controversial decision.
The phrase that must have reverberated through Alderson and Cashman’s heads this week sounds like the same one heard outside any casino in Vegas: “You win some, you lose some.”
Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka is going to be out at least a month because of tendinitis in his right wrist and a mild right forearm strain.
Sure, it’s only been three games, but there’s no denying the fact that the Yankees look very much like their mediocre-at-best selves from last season.
Back with the New York Yankees as a special adviser to general manager Brian Cashman, Hideki Matsui says he hasn’t thought about managing in the future.
The Yankees said Tuesday that the 2009 World Series MVP will work with Cashman and player development vice president Gary Denbo.