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New York Yankees Facing Another $250 Million Dilemma
New York Yankees Facing Another $250 Million Dilemma
Weeks after New York Yankees star outfielder Aaron Judge turned down a contract extension worth north of $230 million, Pinstripe general manager Brian Cashman is facing another money problem. This time the issue isn't with spending money, it's with money already spent. Tuesday night was a great win on the field for New York but individually there are some glaring costly issues.
Can New Mantra Add Firepower To Bronx Bombers Line-up?
Can New Mantra Add Firepower To Bronx Bombers Line-up?
No news is good news. Right? That's not the way the Pinstripes usually roll. The New York Yankees are used to dominating even the bleakest of sports-news days in past years. Until Wednesday, Brian Cashman seemed content to let his crosstown rival little brother bask in their new over-priced free agent toys and their flashy new manager, who he fired way back in 1995. However, on Wednesday, the Bombers GM may have fired a shot a cross the bow, letting everyone know that the Yankee line-up is loaded and we've made changes to optimize that fire power.
Yankees Reset for Second Half Run
Yankees Reset for Second Half Run
Nothing says "run and hide" for a Major League manager like a nice bullpen meltdown on the last day before the All Star break, when your star studded team, projected to win the American League East, sits 8 games behind your arch rival. Ouch. Many managers have been dismissed "during the break" for similar credentials. Aaron Boone is lucky to have the steady hand of Brian Cashman behind him, for now.

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