Posts Tagged "Brian Cashman"

Yankee GM Brian Cashman, while skydiving for charity: I heard a pop in my ankle.

Cashman just said, via text, that his ankle is broken. He’s not sure yet if he needs surgery.

via @NYDNHarper

A Cash-landing.

Yankees GM Brian Cashman jumps out of a plane to raise awareness for Wounded Warrior Project. 

Is there such a thing as leaning too heavily on HR to score? “Not in my book.” - Brian Cashman

- @Ledger_Yankees

Pedro, Mets - Yanks Drama: 
April 2, Yankees GM Brian Cashman: “He was abused” by Mets last few years.
April 3, Mets Pitching Coach Dan Warthen: “part of the reason we decided to not re-sign him.
April 4, Pedro Feliciano: I will show him in the Subway Series when I strike out Ike Davis. When I jump on the mound, I’ll be like, ‘That’s for you.’ 
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Pedro, Mets - Yanks Drama: 

April 2, Yankees GM Brian Cashman: “He was abused” by Mets last few years.

April 3, Mets Pitching Coach Dan Warthen: “part of the reason we decided to not re-sign him.

April 4, Pedro Feliciano: I will show him in the Subway Series when I strike out Ike Davis. When I jump on the mound, I’ll be like, ‘That’s for you.’ 

LoHudYankeesBlog

For more and some opinion head over to MetsBlog

Ron Darling: You can see those appearances for the Rays last year. Only 44 innings, so he’s usually a guy who who comes in to face a lefty and is done.

Gary Cohen: So, you’re saying with those 85 games, the Rays didn’t abuse him.

Ron Darling: They didn’t abuse him, yeah. They took better care of their left-hander than the Mets were accused of. 

Brian Cashman in 1989 as a scrappy second baseman for Catholic University, where he set a team record for most hits in a season.

Brian Cashman, Ex-Apprentice, Is a Yankees Survivor - NYTimes

Brian Cashman Is A Very Polite Man

oldtimefamilybaseball:

Sure, Joba Chamberlain may have taken on a few too many Man Vs. Food challenges this offseason, but Brian Cashman knows how to skirt the issue. When pressed for comment, here was Cashman’s response:

“He’s heavier, we’ll just leave it at that,” Cashman said.

Told that Chamberlain said he packed on muscle, Cashman said: “He’s obviously heavier. That’s as much as I’ll say.”

Asked if he expected Chamberlain to be lighter by camp’s end, Cashman declined comment.

“He’s heavier,” Cashman said.”

If I remember science class, and I do, fat is nothing but liquid muscle waiting to be actualized. So really, Joba Chamberlain is in the best shape of his life. 

Larry Lucchino: Wild, Untamed, and Uncensored

oldtimefamilybaseball:

Quick, look at this photo:

Now close your eyes and imagine the dulcet tones of Larry Lucchino’s lilting voice as he softly whispers sweet nothings into your ear. What do you dream of hearing? Was it “hormonal satisfaction”? Because if it was, you’re in luck. 

From the Boston Herald via Hardball Talk:

“Although Larry Lucchino admitted to taking ‘hormonal satisfaction’ from the Red Sox outdueling the rival Yankees this winter, neither the team president nor chairman Tom Werner put much stock in New York GM Brian Cashman’s remarks last week that the Sox are the better team. Werner even labeled it “reverse psychology.”

You have to be a special kind of person if Lucchino, Werner, and Cashman are your idea of a hot threesome, but hey, I’m not here to judge.

(Photo via Sports Business Daily)

joshsternberg:

I want to be Brian Cashman when I grow up:

“The bottom line is, I’m charged with putting together a championship-caliber club,” Cashman said. “As far as I’m concerned, we’ve got something pretty good here. We won the World Series in 2009. We missed by two games in 2010. (Outside publications) rank our farm system as one of the best in baseball.

“Tell me where we are screwing up on the baseball operations side. I need a starting pitcher, but is the future strong because we have a farm system acknowledged in the industry to be one of the best? Check. Am I getting our payroll down, as charged by ownership? Check. Do we have success on the field? Check.

“What’s the problem? Why are people bitching so much? That’s my question. That’s my frustration. The problem is people having patience with the process.”

Read the rest of Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal’s post at Fox Sports.

winstonwolfe:

Continuing with his bizarre behavior, Brian Cashman has hired a new assistant, who is exclusively seen here eating lunch with Hank Steinbrenner.