Tag: Brian Cashman

What If George Steinbrenner Owned the Mets?

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FLUSHING, NY – Such is the current (okay, constant) State of the NY Mets, that even after a hope-filled Steven Matz win, this died-dyed-in-the-wool fan can even ponder such baseball blasphemy, but… What If George Steinbrenner Owned The Mets? #1: David Wright would be on the books somewhere else, as his Groundhog Day comeback continues. […]

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Player Profile: Gleyber Torres is The Real Deal; Derek Jeter Comparisons

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SPANISH HARLEM – In 2016 the New York Yankees did something that many fans of this generation never saw before… wave the white flag. I’m sure a lot of Yankee haters rejoiced because that meant the Yankees would rebuild and rebuilding meant a lot of losing but Brian Cashman saw a way to recoup a […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Cano, Wentz, Carmelo and other Examples of Sports Addition by Subtraction

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BRONX, NY – In 2001 the Seattle Mariners turned Major League Baseball on its ear by winning 116 regular season games. They accomplished this feat without the benefit of Randy Johnson, Ken Griffey Jr., and Alex Rodriguez, three of the franchise’s cornerstone players, who had all talked their way out of town. Though they didn’t go […]

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Yankees Spring Training: Five Things to Watch

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SPANISH HARLEM – Baseball is in the air, Pitchers and Catchers reported for Spring Training this week which means… all is well in my world. Last year was a great year for New York Yankees fans, sure they didn’t win a World Series but they proved that they were ready to take the next step. […]

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Steve Phillips Defends Mets’ Wilpons, Yankees Get CC; Look For More

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SPANISH HARLEM – With two of the biggest holidays drawing closer, most baseball teams know where their team is headed. Some like the Yankees are looking to add players that can help them win going into the season. Other teams like the Mets are looking to find a diamond in the rough that won’t brake […]

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Yanks Make Moves, Knicks Fans Rejoice, Porzingis, Cashman and Stanton Roll

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SPANISH HARLEM – The New York Yankees continue to restructure for the long haul, in the span of about a week they signed a new manager, traded for the National League MVP and then cleared cap space by sending Chase Headley to the San Diego Padres for a minor league player and a bag of […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Holiday Sports Specials and Movies

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NEW YORK, NY – Christmas is less than 2 weeks out, Hanukkah is already underway, it’s not too late to catch up on all of your required holiday TV special and movie viewing. This year they’re offering a whole host of sports-slanted takes on some time-tested classics. Here’s your one-stop programming guide to all the feel-good […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Cashman and Double-Agent Jeter Collude in Giancarlo Stanton Christmas Miracle

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SANTA’S WORKSHOP, NORTH POLE – It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christ-mas. The Yankees did some early shopping and reeled in the biggest fish, Giancarlo Stanton. And man, does he look sharp in pinstripes. The cacophony of whining that followed was like snack time at nursery school. The Empire Rises Deep in the bowels […]

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Yankees News, Shohei Ohtani Rejects NYC, Aaron Boone Finally Meets Press

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SPANISH HARLEM – Aaron Boone was finally introduced as the new manager of the New York Yankees. It’s still weird seeing someone other then Joe Girardi as Yankees manager, but I have been here before when the Bombers moved on from Joe Torre. We’ll talk about that and I will also bash Shohei Ohtani for […]

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The Week That Was: Eagles, Knicks and Yankees Managerial Search

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SPANISH HARLEM – What a great week that was, between all the food and alcohol that was consumed I’m sure there were a ton of people that can’t wait to do this again two more times on Christmas and New Year’s. While we wait I have another column of “The Week That Was”. The Philadelphia […]

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