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is going to be, but right now he feels great, he feels healthy and he’ s had a productive spring,” general manager Brian Cashman said. “All I know is, I’ m thankful that every day he checks in and says he feels good. “We obviously
green University of Miami workout suit, Rodriguez arrived in Tampa Monday morning, which was news to the Yankees , leaving Brian Cashman and the team’ s media relations staff scrambling for answers. The Yankees , who had expected him to show up on Wednesday
as mindless as Major League Baseball gets. ”I think we’Â Â re all embarrassed," said Yankees general manager Brian Cashman . "We as a group are embarrassed that this has taken place. I think Michael’Â Â s embarrassed. I think we’Â Â re embarrassed
The Red Sox offense remains mired in a profound slump. Yet that doesn't mean the team shouldn't be able to win. Tweet Email More Red Sox John Lackey bounces back, sticks through eight innings Joe Girardi, Michael Pineda, Brian Cashman react to ejection of Yankees starter due to presence of pine ...
Dodgers trade looming for the Yankees -- good or bad, they are stuck with what they've got. I'm still amazed that Brian Cashman and the Steinbrenners watched what the Red Sox managed to do last year and decided that the right answer was to do the exact
of fear of going over they had previously exhibited. "It's a goal that we have if it's possible," general manager Brian Cashman told the Associated Press last month. "There's a lot of benefits to staying under that, but it's not
October, the line separating them is perhaps a bit thinner than is comfortable for the Yankees to consider. New York GM Brian Cashman is certainly aware of that reality. After all, long before he ascended to the position of general manager, he
Chase Headley to a four-year $52 million contract to play third base — A-Rod ‘s position — and general manager Brian Cashman has gone public with his concern about the oft-injured Rodriguez’s ability to produce after a year off
there was speculation that the Yankees would make a run at the former Red Sox right-hander. However, general manager Brian Cashman said that his team has no plans to spend big this offseason. On Thursday, team president Randy Levine backed
that their expectations for Alex Rodriguez are limited . “I can’t expect Alex to be anything,” general manager Brian Cashman told The Associated Press. “I’ve got to think the worst and hope for the best. Even before the suspension
to a club. So it was important to me. That was something that was resolved fairly quickly.” Yankees general manager Brian Cashman hinted earlier this offseason that he wasn’t planning on the oft-injured, 39-year-old Rodriguez
almost twice Missouri’s legal limit when he was tested after the accident. — One day after Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and manager Joe Girardi offered seemingly different opinions about Alex Rodriguez ‘s standing with the team