An Important Offseason For Yankee’s Brian Cashman

Posted: 21st December 2009 by Michael Esposito in MLB
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Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has the most unique job in professional sports. He possesses the ability to spend as much money as he wants without consequence. The Yankees continue to trot out the most expensive team in baseball. Last year, their payroll was nearly $60 million more than its nearest competitor. Oakland, San Diego, Florida and Pittsburgh started the year with sub $60 million teams. Cashman has very few hairs on the top of his head, though. The Yankees are expected to win the World Series every season. ThereÆs no such thing as a rebuilding year in New York. I can only imagine the pressure heÆs dealt with the past handful of years. Cashman was in a tough position after Luis Gonzalez destroyed the 2001 season with his World Series winning single off legendary closer M ...

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