28 Burst results for "Brian Cashman"

"brian cashman" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"Just, you don't have the solution. We don't have the solution. It's a lot of. You look at the rays and the Red Sox. And it's, yeah, it's a lot of cohesiveness. Like, I think they play better as a team, which speaks to the culture of the Yankees which probably needs a change. But the players that over perform and exceed expectations by a mile have nothing to do with high bloom. Have nothing to do with the rays analytics. It just doesn't. It's lucky. I would say that the manager also plays a role in this by plugging these guys into the right spots. I think Alex core is use of KK Hernandez in the lineup, moving him all around has been brilliant and the bullpen. And the starters to just map it up and it's genius. Yeah. The Yankees always have a finite blueprint and then if they go off of it, it's all hell breaks loose. So that's a problem with it, but you're not going to tell me the personnel moves of these two franchises are what you're jealous of, because they're not. Because the Red Sox just traded Mookie bets and replaced him with three okay players who are once again outperforming expectations for reasons we don't know. The raise got rid of two fifths of their starting rotation that brought them to the World Series and they won a hundred games. So if the Yankees let half of their rotation go next year and then traded Aaron judge and brought in a bunch of dopes who are going to who have high spin rates and can ping Pong between the bullpen and the starting rotation and then you bring in an outfielder, hunter renfrow esque, who has a canon arm and right field is gonna bat two 50 and OPS 800, you're not gonna be happy with that. And that move is those moves are not gonna work out for the Yankees. It's just not gonna happen. So there needs to be a combination of the big ticket free agent signings and the moves around the edges, which once again, I think Brian cashman is largely done a good job of. And we'll talk about how this kind of comes from the top down. I understand Brian cashman doesn't do more with less, but he also does like just enough what he has to do with what he's given. And did you think in the middle of the Yankees at prime World Series window that they were going to cheap out and not go over the luxury tax, if they could win over the luxury tax this off season, they could add a number of other players. They could have had a completely different team and they could maybe they could still maybe be playing baseball right now. So Brian cashman did what he had to do with the financial constraints, but that's on you have to look at the bigger picture here. That's ownership's fault for not saying, okay, we can we can really do this. So, you know, let's spend an extra 25 million get hit with 10 million 5 $1 million tax bill and then it'll be all worth it when we're having the parade in November. But no, they didn't want to do that. Brian cashman did what he had to do. We own. He got a bunch of bullpen pieces that ended up work. Vandy Peralta worked out, clay Holmes worked out who also we get. We ended up being okay. Like, it was really fun for all the injuries the bullpen had the bullpen was fine. The lineup just simply didn't hit the defense was problematic. The voice in the Clubhouse was arguably the biggest issue..

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"brian cashman" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"Funny, funny, though that this is happening, I enjoy I enjoy the trash talking and hopefully it motivates the White Sox to push this to 5 games because I think that would be a really, really electric game 5 on the road. And then, hey, maybe the Astros respond and say, yeah, we're just going to kick your ass at minute maid park and that's going to be that's going to be the fun part of it of it all. Yeah, I really, I really have nothing else to say about the Astros because they pissed me off and obviously I think they're going to cake walk into the ALCS and do I think the cheating is still happening? Probably not. Do I think maybe it could be? Sure. Everyone is saying like the core of that Astros team is gone from 2017. And I'm like, what are you talking about? Marwyn Gonzalez. Everyone's like, yeah, Alex Cora's gone. No, marwan Gonzales is there. He's right. Yeah. He went back there. So they're like, yeah, Alex core has gone, Carlos Beltran has gone, like all these guys are gone and Ryan McCann is gone. Having gaddis has gone, I'm just like, dude, they have Jose Altuve. They have Carlos Correia, marwin is back. They have Julie guriel. They have Alex Bregman. That's the core of their team. The core of their team, if you're just talking three players, is Altuve Correa and Bregman. And they've been there the entire time. So I don't know why anybody would think that, oh, okay, yeah. A few players left like the supposed ringleaders left in Alex Cora and Carlos Beltran. You think there's no influence left behind? Okay, great, then that's the worst logic that you could possibly put forth. I don't necessarily think they're continuing to do this, but I also would not be surprised if white socked players had a hunch that something was going on if they were relaying the fact that the Astros, the White Sox players were tipping pitches or whatever it may be for you to be surprised that that might be happening again is the joke's on you at that point..

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Aaron Judge Among Six New York Yankees to Test Positive for COVID-19

Murph and Mac

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Aaron Judge Among Six New York Yankees to Test Positive for COVID-19

"Was supposed to return yesterday. If you guys were keeping an eye on this, the Red Sox Yankees, we're gonna play now. The word originally copes. Now we're talking. We had a layover. And where were we? Denver Coach goes. Yeah. You know, the Yankees can't play today. The game got rained out. Turns out it wasn't a rain out Copes. Here's what happened. All Star outfielder Aaron Judge was among six New York Yankees. Players who have tested positive for Covid 19. This all happened yesterday. So that's the reason the game got postponed. They would have played the Boston Red Sox that was supposed to open the baseball second half of the season, leaving other players on the American League All Star team undergoing testing now, obviously, because Judge was over there at the game. They're going to have to ensure they didn't contract the virus to. So here we go. This is going to be a kind of. I think a lingering story here. Murder. Um, let's hear some sound. We got Brian Cashman and Aaron Boone on this Yankee Covid situation. It's a fluid situation that could spread. It has spread to some degree We have Three positives and and we have three ending that we've had rapid tests on and took the lab based tests come back. The the rapid tests come back positive and so on multiple occasions now and so, therefore Or well, wait now for the lab tests to come back, which I'm assuming is going to be positive as well. So that would increase our number. 26, Certainly, you know,

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Yankees-Red Sox Ppd After 3 NY Pitchers Test COVID Positive

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Yankees-Red Sox Ppd After 3 NY Pitchers Test COVID Positive

"Thursday's only Major League Baseball game had to be postponed after three Yankees pitchers tested positive for co that nineteen Jennifer in the waistcoat Nestor Cortes junior and Wandy Peralta were the players who tested positive Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said all three pitchers are fully vaccinated he also expects three other players to test positive the Yankees were supposed to begin a four game series with the AL east leading red Sox on Thursday Friday's game is also in jeopardy this was the eighth covet related postponement this season but the first in nearly three months I'm the ferry

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She's Up! Bat Girl 60 Years in Making Reaches Yankee Stadium

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

She's Up! Bat Girl 60 Years in Making Reaches Yankee Stadium

"Then ten year old Glen Goldman was told by the Yankees are young lady like her would feel out of place in the dugout general manager Brian Cashman got back to seventy year old going gold medical exchange should not deny with the passage of time Goldman had our own locker got to wear a full Yankees uniform per night started with throwing out the first pitch thank you to all the ball I missed the players Goldman is part of the Yankees Daniel hope week standing for helping others preserve in excel never held against them but I never in my wildest dreams ever thought that sixty years later a Brian Cashman would make this become a reality it's hard to say what Goldman loved most about her Yankees experience it took my breath away I'm at Donahue

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"brian cashman" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Home by the tampa bay. Rays knocked you out last year. Who basically have owned you own. They own the yankees. Yeah bitch slap them all over the place. Yeah and in a playoff. Yes exactly right. So that is what is fueling. This angst this spire this. Like get rid of boone whole narrative and brian cashman. It's been around here for a long long long long time. Brian cashman looks okay. And he's never he's not gonna panic. He will not panic. Yeah he'll make moves because we've seen him make in season. The fell problems like you already made a move door here. She knew he had a problem at first base and move away. Lemay you over there. So it's not like he sits on his hands and does nothing sure. But there's only so much you can do is point in the season and for the last two or three years. He's actually pushed all the right buttons. When you think about it when they brought in didi gregorius to take over for derek jeter. That was a brilliant move when they brought in jio or shovel here at the third base. That was a brilliant move. They brought in talk man. He turned out when he first got here. You know was awesome. It's an awesome baseball player for them and was one of the reasons i guys like. He and mike ford and luke foyt when they brought void in. When you know all all of these different moves that he has made have worked out the one area where i think he has. Unfortunately it hasn't worked out for him has been the starting pitching starting pitching coach him and he did a three hundred. After pitches one. I understand but after that it sort of been okay. What's next year. You'll let tanaka go severino at his injuries. Thought davey garcia would take a step this year. He's still may when he comes back. But and then you sort of patchwork in the thing with jamison taione corio j. hat brought in you had and brought in. You had all these guys brought in. You had tanaka here so now you have a completely different pitching staff by do think her mind and severino are going to be big players in this whole thing you know. Maybe it won't all take root and told the second half of the season. I'm not sure. And what makes it fun for us as we get to talk about this. Because they're miserable right now and they're behind pay teams in the league. Yeah well they just can't get buried is what it comes down to..

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"brian cashman" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Greg naughty boomer and geo jeremy able to squeeze his car into that spot in front of the building without running over the reflector stick. Today i thought of you and i parked at this morning so Why are those reflector. Stick still up on our street in front of our building on to the next block but they never finished the job in front of us. But what's wrong with the job file. It looks like it's done because they're taking the bike lane out towards the street more because you can't continue on across king i believe because of the construction That's why hey how good answers. So that's that's for the bikers. Yeah yes all the bikers here. Jerry's been running over those sticks and parking. His car on navy would not be happy at jerry. That's not sure. I'm not in the bike lane. No you're not put enclosed. Every day would be annoyed that the sticks are still there. Honestly i mean if sean avery were parking here. Plus he's going after people in l. a. days so he's he's moved on all right jerry so well what's going on in a couple of basketball games. He had the final four starting to come into focus. Francisco indoor a lot of stuff. Yeah and we're brought to you by dell technologies. I'll give you the lindores stuff. I the twelve years. Three eighty five is what he wants said no to ten years. Three twenty five from the mets here was steve cohen guests. This was last. Night asked about indoor conforto and noah syndergaard and deals for all three. Well listen you know. We're talking all of them and it's hard to know exactly how they're all gonna turn out. You know it takes people sign a contract not one and we will see what they get interviewed by wayne randazzo. I believe last night that he was the cayenne him asking him questions. Old school wayne randazzo. Sounds like that when he asked the question he did. I know i. I heard him a little bit. So what do you think about. Fdr's new deal. Steve it'd be beneficial for everybody. The the mets opened up thursday night in washington yankees open at home thursday with the blue jays. Mets and cardinals plates with three three tie yesterday. Tigers did beat the yankees five to aaron judge though and that had some people concerned yesterday and it was just an illness though. It's not covid. Brian cashman says no worries with just fine phone. And you know thankfully you know. He's smart enough to share what he was going through so they could deal with. Brian cashman sucks. Here's a little message to brian. Cashman when aaron judge mrs a day yeah and nobody knows why he missed the day. Don't schedule a press conference with just yourself that day. Because the every yankee fan was reaching out when you had those two things happen back to back. And then he didn't even say anything about and someone asked us to call. Yeah he's fine. Ceo allergies. He's okay should be good to go for thursday. They expect him in the starting lineup. So that's a good thing if you're a yankee fan. Here's brett gardner. The goal remains the same as always. And that's to be the last team. Standing wins with the yankees. Never never really change every year art prize in wild since they have had it. We'll see if they get it the sheer d'amico harmon by the way..

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New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone on leave while recovering from pacemaker surgery

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:44 min | 1 year ago

New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone on leave while recovering from pacemaker surgery

"Got word about our old friend. Aaron boone yesterday that he had surgery to get a pacemaker. He had Boyne through some tasks and he said in a statement that he said mild symptoms of lightheadedness low energy and shortness of breath. Over the last six to eight weeks I texted him yesterday afternoon and he texted back. I'm about ready to go in feeling good and i exchanged sex again with him this morning. and It seems like he absolutely feeling better. It doesn't sound like he's going to be gone for very long from the yankees dugout with so many advances in heart treatment and boonie knows more about that than anybody because course he had open heart surgery a little bit more than a decade ago. Yankees general manager. Brian cashman talked. About how aaron boone told him about the procedure when he first told me A number of days ago. What was going on with today's science which is so incredibly impressive that you know this is now patient situation and you can be up and running within twenty four to forty eight hours and back to normal and and you know just the way he communicated with me. Put me at ease that you know. If he's good. You know i felt my takeaway was if he's really in a good place in a good place because all i care about his him or yankees pitcher corey kluber. Yeah i think obviously you know ever wants to hear anything like that. You made a video kind of reassuring everybody That he felt confident. In you know the the procedure fell communist balanced back from it. And obviously that's that's reassuring to hear. I've seen time you hear about a a heart issue or like that. It's pretty alarming. So i think you know to hear from him that he was confident. And i think that'd probably puts everybody a little bit more. These

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New York Yankees Manager Aaron Boone’s pacemaker surgery a success

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:44 min | 1 year ago

New York Yankees Manager Aaron Boone’s pacemaker surgery a success

"Word about our old friend. Aaron boone yesterday that he had surgery to get a pacemaker. He had Boyne through some tasks and he said in a statement that he said mild symptoms of lightheadedness low energy and shortness of breath. Over the last six to eight weeks I texted him yesterday afternoon and he texted back. I'm about ready to go in feeling good and i exchanged sex again with him this morning. and It seems like he absolutely feeling better. It doesn't sound like he's going to be gone for very long from the yankees dugout with so many advances in heart treatment and boonie knows more about that than anybody because course he had open heart surgery a little bit more than a decade ago. Yankees general manager. Brian cashman talked. About how aaron boone told him about the procedure when he first told me A number of days ago. What was going on with today's science which is so incredibly impressive that you know this is now patient situation and you can be up and running within twenty four to forty eight hours and back to normal and and you know just the way he communicated with me. Put me at ease that you know. If he's good. You know i felt my takeaway was if he's really in a good place in a good place because all i care about his him or yankees pitcher corey kluber. Yeah i think obviously you know ever wants to hear anything like that. You made a video kind of reassuring everybody That he felt confident. In you know the the procedure fell communist balanced back from it. And obviously that's that's reassuring to hear. I've seen time you hear about a a heart issue or like that. It's pretty alarming. So i think you know to hear from him that he was confident. And i think that'd probably puts everybody a little bit more. These

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Kim Ng Makes Baseball History

The Lead

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Kim Ng Makes Baseball History

"We'll somali i. Can you talk about your own relationship with kim hang. How did you get to know her. I started reporting on the dodgers around two thousand eight or nine with espn. And i'd see her on the field and she always was just kind of calmly standing there and you know just seemed like whatever interaction she had with people were seemed to be efficient and short and so it kind of intrigued me. Who is this person. So we just got to talking like. Oh this is this is coming. She's says gm and all of a sudden she's telling me stuff like we've got this kid kenley jansen as a catcher. You really can't hit those we put them on a mound and the results are interesting. Clayton's working on a slider molly. You should really check it out. But the where she would say it was so matter of fact and so dislike whole-home that that's kind of what stood out to me about her and then we've kept in touch over the years. How would you describe her personality. What she like completely unflappable. I think the first thing that needs to be done is. I've got a really familiarize myself with all. The ins and outs of the players. Deadpans are totally cool under pressure. Like the person you gonna call if you were kidnapped and needed the ransom delivered by noon with no you know without tipping off the police or anything else you. She won't be there. Where are we who these players are. And you know. That's that's at this point. The nuts and bolts of the job. Well for those. Who don't know that much about kim. And can you tell us about her career path so she played softball diversity of chicago. She was an infielder. She was really good. I was really a a sports nut love to play and she then became an intern with the white sox and twenty one years old working in the white sox baseball ops as an intern and at the time the other white sox were very good club had a lot of good young players and it was really just about learning and soaking it. All in absorbing all that i could and by the time she was twenty nine she was brian. Cashman the yankees assistant general manager and that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. They won titles ninety eight ninety nine and two thousand now. Let's be clear here. That had she been a man she would have gotten a gm job somewhere else. But that didn't happen. Molly you about saying and how. She operated differently than her peers in l. a. Can you tell us about that. I mean that that dodgers organization was by a bunch of guys who were so emotional so yell at each other so in their feelings she was just sort of just like standing there. Like i can't believe you guys and so it was just like toddlers running around at her feet. Two thousand five. The gm position becomes open and she interviewed for that job. What happens there. She was by all accounts. She was right there and franklin court the former owner of the dodgers wanted to hire her her pedigree spoke for itself. She had three world series rings. She had sixteen years in the business and the owner frank mccord. He wanted the credit of hiring the first female general manager. But what i was told later was that he was scared of the backlash of being the first guy to fire a female general manager. Because as we know it's a cutthroat industry n. gm's they don't their shelf life long even talented ones and so that was one of the reasons he was too scared of that. I guess the mcchord years got really ugly and about i say i wanna say two months before. The dodgers filed for bankruptcy. Because of a court drove the team into the ground. She got out of there and went to work with joe. Torry be again demonstrating how smart. She is molly. You know as well as anybody that kim has been talked about for basically twenty years now as the person who is going to be the first woman. Gm in baseball. Do you have a sense. For how many teams have considered her or interviewed for this position. Because yesterday when i wrote my story i published. I said as far as we know. The dodgers angels the padres the giants the mariners. They've all any reader and within like two minutes. My story going up. Somebody with orioles texted me. Oh we interviewed or to like it was just like everybody is interviewed her. Just sit there going through this anymore. They're just putting me through this so they can fill their quota or whatever i'm not gonna put myself section but she just did not give up and that's really the way a lot of my career has gone is just every step of the way it working as hard as i could give you my nose to the grindstone and just you know getting to the next level but i think this is so valuable to any of us who do have specific dream in mind about something. We'd like to do one day. And that's you know when you call close and you don't get that job that you desperate for just got a flick flush it and let it go and not let it break you to the point where you're not going to try again.

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Yanks optimistic Judge, Paxton, Hicks, Stanton healthy

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Yanks optimistic Judge, Paxton, Hicks, Stanton healthy

"The Yankees are optimistic, concerning the health of Aaron Judge and other star players given an extra three and a half for their brittle stars to heal. The Yankees will closely monitor the condition. Condition of judge James Paxton Aaron Hicks and Giancarlo Stanton ahead of the season general manager Brian Cashman said. We want these players to withstand a sixty game sprint over a sixty six game schedule,

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"brian cashman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Brian Cashman says the player did not report to the facility upon feeling symptoms on Friday he is feeling better and is isolated this player do not spend any time at the Yankees major league facility in Tampa I'm Brett Heller we are one oh four five six eighty three sports leader after hours with Amy Lawrence every time my grandmother says nothing good happens after two AM I remind her that our radio show is on after two AM in the east coast the west coast every other countries does some good things happen after two and then one hundred percent agreement broadcast journalist to all kinds there are radio national radio broadcasting their networks you're the bass no I don't really need you to tell me morning I've been with for last few months every Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday yes after hours with good morning to you happy Monday I know it feels like a double entendre it's it or not the more on I guess either one depending on your perspective it's it's Monday it's a manic Monday there is there's a lot of media and manic out there but we are trying to keep our show as routine and regular as possible and has been good to hear from so many of you all over the country I I feel like we've heard from pretty much every state whether on Twitter or Facebook just a simple question we're asking you to let us know where and how you're listening on a lot of people are out of their regular routines either not working or working from home or working different hours as many business straddling their employees so that you don't have the same number of people in the buildings at the same time what whether your Bleakley outside of your normal whatever that is it's it's different for all of us or whether you're soldiering on and and noticing all the changes around you for us certainly not not any area of our lives that has been left untouched and I know my story is very similar to the ones that you can tell me as I say many of you have found us on Twitter a little radio or on our Facebook page at concerned about my friends and family members who are at high risk or who have lost their jobs in their sources of income already but most importantly wanting us to be safe and and even as the CDC recommends that all public gatherings of over fifty people be cancelled or postponed for at least eight weeks we're talking about maybe a another reset I have a another shuffling of the deck when we left you on Friday morning we were mostly talking about the impacts on the sports world and a lot of people preparing to self quarantine if they need to or just to to kinda hunker down and stay close to home so that they could achieve the idea that the goal of social distancing but now we're starting to see even more of our local businesses and service industries shutter their doors are locked our doors shut either windows or very much slash their operating hours and and that applies to airline so United Airlines the first one to take this major step but for other slashing their flights in half and that's in response to what's happening with the travel industry but for those of you who live in an area where you have United as a hub I mean that that applies to Newark New Jersey to plies to one of the airports in Houston I certainly applies to many other major airports it's it's just different everything's different and I know that there are a lot of people try to come back into the country this weekend because the travel restrictions are are about to go into place not just for all of Europe but now for Ireland and the United Kingdom and even though Americans are are exempt you're allowed to get back into the country of course people are getting nervous and wanted to get back home as quickly as possible and I had one friend who was coming home from Israel so he was there working coming home from Israel and he happened to go through the Newark airport I didn't know he was gonna be going through there but I saw on Facebook and then spoke to him he was stuck in a line for six hours with other people hundreds of other people that needed to get screened and are tested by the CDC so now the airports specially those that are international airports that that feature planes coming in from destinations outside of the US now you've got people who are waiting for hours and hours six hours he said he waited he missed two flights of course because he wasn't able to get through that line but that's scary enough itself to have all those people in a crowded space when there's no possible way to practice social distancing at an airport when you're standing in line whether it's TSA whether it's CDC whatever it is and so the travel industry is is just another one of those that's being hit hard but also bars and restaurants and hi now casinos Las Vegas is is such a thing at least thirteen of its hotels and casinos on the strip shut down as MGM resorts are temporarily closing and I think we'll see a domino effect there we're gonna speak to aghast from Las Vegas coming up a little bit later in the week to ask him about the the sports betting industry but just in general the city of Las Vegas now is handling this massive change which affected the number one industry that's tourism I have friends who are planning to be in Vegas this week with or without March mad if they were going to go until hours ago and then they cancelled their trips and so we'll talk to him and and we'll get the pulse of Las Vegas a little bit later on but that story is not unique I think it's Pennsylvania who that's it now seeing a this you know this massive sweeping mandate to shut down their restaurants and other bars and and clubs and you know there to have all these places be closed up so that they don't have people who are gathering Los Angeles has taken that drastic steps the mayor did a press conference late on Sunday night to to have everyone be informed that as of I I think it was nine o'clock last night Pacific time if I'm off please forgive me but I think that's what I saw on TV to have their restaurants and bars and gyms and other public places closed down a thankfully grocery stores are remaining open I can't even imagine what would happen if you start to see grocery stores close but a lot of them are committed but they're shortening their hours in respect and and you know kind of in the understanding that their workers are worn out and they want to protect their employees from these long hours in the crowds of people who are coming in and who are really stressed out and you know I went to the grocery store this weekend and I'm I know my experience can very similar to many of your thousands of people way before the place even opens out so many foods milk and and all the dairy and all the Turkey and ground beef and chicken gonna soup and rice and cereal and paper goods water just wiped out and this is a massive Sam's club is humongous and normally on Saturday mornings I'm in and out in ten minutes and there were thousands of people in the store just the the stress and the tension were palpable and so it was another one of those weekends in which things continue to change and other updates and press conferences either locally or nationally every day and and they're they're even hoaxes out there that the entire nation is about to be locked down I hope you're not believing those things or at least checking them and checking the sources of the CDC website is the best place to go but make sure that you have you have legitimate sources an accurate to websites are accurate social media accounts because a lot of misinformation out there too which is it's really sad that people would take advantage of of this type of a crisis to to whip up even more panic and to to get their rocks off so to speak in you know in leading people the wrong way and adding to what is the anxiety and the stress but we're here and we're doing the show and it's been good to hear from so many of you I appreciate all of your tweets and all of your Facebook posts and we've also taken a bunch of calls eight five five two one two for CBS we're live from the.

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Yankees minor leaguer has virus, 1st MLB-affiliated player

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Yankees minor leaguer has virus, 1st MLB-affiliated player

"A new York Yankees minor leaguer has become the first non player affiliated with Major League Baseball to test positive for covert nineteen Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said the unidentified younger players being isolated the we set to be feeling much better and the symptoms have subsided Cashman said the minor leaguer did not have interactions with any of the players on York's major league roster the Yankees are still planning to keep their training camp opened however the Miami Marlins became the first MLB organization to completely close its training complex Tom Mariam New York

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"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The Yankees Brian Cashman joins us now here you go this month we are no fist pump away we're just wanting more alive now see where those were good for he would Brian Cashman really going on there's no more handshakes Cork walk around with a wet wipe in a really honestly I think we should all bow let's take one from the front of something from the seventies however well I've always been a fist pumpers and that means I'm going to be an elbow to this hour talking about flying down here we feel like we're in a flying P. tradition that we find today that careful sick what's going on yeah are you worried about this we'll let you know it's certainly something everybody's following and and trying to come up with best practices and be educated and not over reactive but certainly not under active at the same time and you know so it's it's something that's new that is on the list of many things that it wasn't something we were dealing with prior but now it's certainly as you know you know as a you know they're educating the country about what to expect for just one applied best practices what they are and they're not easy you're right best practices whatever they might become you know try to like some extends her hand in your kind of told like closeness is best not to shake your hand it might I'm not trying to be disrespectful just let it but think about the fans who are here right now so the end of the day a minute but even if you're told you which has not been the case yet but even if you told probably best to avoid that which I think is generally best practices we would all agree on then mentally allowing that to kick in and say nope I'm not some sorry this is what you know whatever it says by the time you're you're already shaking hands because you're just so used to doing it of course how how sick as cool as he okay I think he's okay I think he feels a little bit better today not as he reported yesterday to our medical team and so you know we have a large typical protocols on that is state stayed home.

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"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Family on an international vacation to a place you've never been before. ladies and gentlemen please welcome to the field yeah he's a senior vice president and general manager Brian Cashman. imprisoning CC of a ten day vacation to Japan for CC and his family to take their lease. kids are high fiving each other. in order to Japan. and now we'll hear from the man himself CC is about the thank you. this is an honor this is unbelievable I just want to say thank you to the Steinbrenner family Brian Cashman for bringing me here eleven years ago believing in the enough to bring me here you know it's been a great eleven years I want to thank all my team mates I love you guys I know this will miss the most is the relationship I have been there with with. Robbie Lou trainers that Stevie so it's Amy thank you for keeping me on the field. but most of all want to thank you for the fans thank you guys. look forward to seeing you guys in October love you guys thank you. number fifty two. please stay on the field his. Margie's wife amber is for kids. all classrooms ember and Margie have been given flowers by the Yankees in our going to take some pictures. and we do have a game to do so let's. get going with that as you see and now the family or taking a lot of pictures a piece of art is great he's got some of the gaps in the the clubhouse one that he's got in his locker is the number fifty two that they took off the board in Fenway Park and gave to him and you can see how all that is it really is an old piece in the Wall fifty two the David price game said that was the best deal today that was the best thing you did for god from any of the teams tonight's today starting line answer sponsored by downy wrinkle release our bid rentals and you any time for the chart of which is now the Yankees are all coming out. of the the dog out. and they're going to surround see see and I'm sure they're going to have some pictures for bring photo ops here is this entire team is coming out. kidding when he says he's going to miss the the guys and come right is a big part of this he is a Big Brother to a lot of people he is best friend to anybody several CC tell me is this is my best friend you get ten people in the club house saying that one person is their best friend you know you got a a tremendous guy in there so taking a lot of pictures now CC is family and the Yankees. blue jays Billy McKinney the accident he is in not right feel he is leading off the number two Peter is the second baseman having Visio Randall Krycek is the center fielder today he's batting cleanup hitter is the G. H. that is just too small for me Reese McGuire behind the plate batting fifth writing tell as is the first baseman today batting six Richard Urania is a short stop banning seven focus yet still in concussion protocol Brandon jury placed third base today batting a then Derek Fisher is the left fielder and he is batting Yankees now disperse that's right here the applause from the fans have been standing for this whole thing. New York Yankees a hundred more than fifty five major lemay he was a second he is leading off the G. H. this afternoon as the number two hitter Erin judge Giancarlo Stanton back in left field he's batting third today swing out Peter is Roger by action carting waste removal keeping all five boroughs clean and the clean up there is the first baseman will point. here in center he is batting fifth the number six suitor is the third baseman G. or shall I Cameron Maybin is in right field that in seven Austin Romijn behind the plate batting eight and betting I've been playing shortstop is. Tyler Wayne. the pitching match ups are brought to you by chopped walnuts copy New York's Emelie coffee since nineteen thirty two well for Toronto you're going to have the opener situation and we'll move on to the speech very well against the Yankees hard thrower will start and then Trent Thornton will come in to do the bulk of the pitching and for the eighties it is always a very big and very exciting day for Luis Severino he's pitched obviously four innings won game four innings no runs two hits two walks and four strikeouts. big day for him and he seventy pages last time out maybe eighty five in building you're not be says he will go eighty five ninety four then they let him is another story. we'll be right back with more after this this is the WFAN New York Yankees radio network these.

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"brian cashman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"About Yankee GM Brian Cashman Brian Cashman reported his car was stolen got his car back but never alerted the police all as far as they were concerned about was still a stolen call are so here's Brian Cashman who's about is white and nerdy as anybody I know we climbs buildings and he's very adventurous these are great GM but is about as white and minority as anybody you'll ever meet he gets pulled over by police in Connecticut all of them draw their final ones as if he was the most dangerous most wanted guy in the country and what is Brian Cashman do he throws his hands up in the air he would treat slowly he one thousand percent complies Hey guess what that means that means that Brian Cashman was at Yankee Stadium yesterday doing his job against the Orioles and not dead or like folks like Michael brown hole for some strange reason Democrats like Liz Warren and Julian Castro continue to garner sympathy from these folks who did everything but comply in fact one check up in Saint Louis and now that the look is dead he listened not only they garner sympathy Kamal Harris said that Michael brown five years ago Michael brown she tweeted that this week Michael brown was murdered by the murder of the police she says and so did Liz warning that battle wrong Julian Castro so yeah as far as cassman what happened in your eyes you know Sydney his car was stolen from Connecticut was found in the Bronx and he will be getting he he went he recovered it he went recovered it was I guess I don't know who's going to chop it up some anyway they found it so it's the the the NYPD neglected to tell the authorities in Connecticut or Westchester county for them anybody that the call was found it was no longer a stolen car do their job but no they didn't but I don't know that the cops did they thought the car was still still do what you to chase him was bad you don't want to screw this one I'd ride so he go he he's driving the car home the last week and he gets up to Connecticut he fills the car with gas he's leaving the gas station and that's one as you say the cops descended on him and they they that with guns drawn and he did he did all the right things don't imagine however imagine however if he was not Brian Cashman if it was safe I don't know it was Isaiah Thomas Buckeye yeah random black any still complied right but he still all these cops swarming on and they would say little with was that necessary that the public guns out like that on a guy like this in Connecticut you know it another was they would have said they over react they may have but I'll tell you what to comply and it would have been a story although if you want it was I say at Thomas it is a famous basketball player was it that was alright because he was he was black right well no have bright test many was he was white very well and and he just he saw this happening and and that's that's what you do yeah you just put your hands up and you show respect you don't you don't you know you don't take all if you don't hit the gas pedal or you give the cops the finger again another car and start screaming listen it's very simple people like rhymes comply and don't die here is the actual audio from the video well Brian Cashman.

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Giants' trade deadline activity draws mixed reviews from fans

The MLB Show

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Giants' trade deadline activity draws mixed reviews from fans

"Is giants Fan and she has really been through it in the last couple of weeks so we're GonNa talk a little bit about that Claire. Can you take take me where you were emotionally a month ago and where you are now a few days removed from the trade deadline. I know that's a big ask but I mean it was so easy busy at the start of the season to two giant fan because you knew what you were going to get you just going to have a terrible season that he was gonna be garbage just awful to watching it. At the trade deadline the best players would leave that Madison bumgarner would go play for another team and it was going to be awful. I wrote something for our emily preview. Have you got it like I was preparing to say goodbye I was. I was distraught but you know it had to happen. This is easy. Oh well that was the easy part and then suddenly it turned into July first and all of a sudden the giants remembered how to play baseball. They went sorry this down somewhere her in the first three weeks of July fourteen in three and the Games are fun had dominant pitching offense leading and comebacks extra inning heroics the name naming Madison of course phenomenal as always <hes> and suddenly it became a thing where Oh my God they can't Trade Madison. Listen bumgarner anybody because probably the giants are going to win the world series. I mean they're not they're not book probably <hes> <hes> so it just turned into this this kind of nightmare of <hes> I I was feeling then sad but then about the trade deadline <hes> until July and then suddenly I really did not want the team to trade Madison Bumgarner particular but also kind of knew that <hes> even with the team suddenly performing kind of well it was more than likely something of a fluke in which case they absolutely should bumgarner but anyway it's the journey so let's start there with Madison Bumgarner because there are other players obviously that other teams were interested in. I think the biggest rumor before this heading into the season and then it continued can you throughout was like closer will Smith <hes> and he ended up not moving either <hes> but I do want to start with bumgarner because he's kind of like the big ticket item for giants fans. Obviously he holds a very important place in all of Y'alls heart because of his postseason performance and just he's been kind of like the one consistent thing on that pitching staff since they've become in this generation of players so for you. What is your relationship to him? What was your relationship so the idea of maybe moving him and letting him go to a contender because I'm just going to say this plainly I guess the rest of Baseball Kinda hates him and reason so so when he's wearing your uniform arm and he's obviously brought to you a lot of these just elite moments of happiness? What is it like to watch the rest of baseball hope that he kind of fails and then did you want to keep him this time around at the trade deadline and y Yeah I mean the way I feel about Bumgarner <hes> I should stop calling in Madison?

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Cashman: Yanks weren't close to deadline deals

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

03:30 min | 3 years ago

Cashman: Yanks weren't close to deadline deals

"They will again they were dangling they just didn't get anything done interestingly enough it was that great he was pitching against the Yankees on Wednesday in the Bronx it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio so Brian Cashman the general manager of the yanks said they were attempting to make some deals most his reasons it didn't work out so certainly disappointed you'd like to have more if you could but I don't have any realistic chance the in my mind based on the dialogue to do so and so for the Yankees for Brian Cashman I think he's more tempered than what he and the Yankees have been in the past when it comes to deadlines they are less inclined I'm not saying they won't do if they're less inclined to mortgage the farm usually why the past anyway they've had a reputation for over buying and also over paying but now they like what they have though they certainly could have used another starter what they like what they have and they feel like even with the Astros in their pitching staff that they've got the bats to be able to match the again Cashman says they did look around they did try to make a deal but there are only so many teams that are selling we knew it was a fair market and it was obviously stiff competition even inside the American League for the services of say as aggregate of course the question then turn to what happens if you match up with the Astros in the playoffs play this season now we'll take care of our own business to put ourselves in a position to be one of those fourteen teams that play in October and then take our roster up against whoever in season or Texas hopefully we're in a position to be planned them in a meaningful game maybe you never know when you match up but you know obviously he's a really good pitcher and and helps their club certainly but we know Ingle beat anyone and that's you know nothing changes there so that Grady had to the Astros and if you care about this sort of thing the oddsmakers now place them along the favorites to win a world theory is you know what happens when the odds makers jump in and make predictions that actually happens when anybody makes a prediction the sports god laughing you'll face so what do you think baseball fans it's not Madison Bumgarner would shout what a bore me away but it is that grain key who should the American League previously remember he was with the Royals it seems like for every go that he was with the kids the Royals doesn't it wow so now he returns to the American League and he's already a lot of with him in a lot of experience but he's already now a guy who doesn't have to worry about pressure he is not to be number one guy he stepped into a rotation that wall is certainly can use him has the confidence and I believe me AL

"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:19 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The cardinal's lead the Diamondbacks by a score of two to one finals week earlier the cubs coming pirates tend to four days all over the white Sox thirteen at two AM in the opener of that good thing that are in Baltimore the Orioles beat the rays two two one Simona Halep is your Wimbledon Wimbledon women's singles champion thoroughly outplayed Serena as she wanted in straight sets the match lasted less than an hour the men's final tomorrow morning nine AM our time with number one ranked Novak Djokovic staking on second seeded Roger Federer Mike McCann WFAN twenty twenty sports Joe Girardi is back with Mike francesa Tuesdays at five exclusively on your flagship station for New York Yankees talk tickets in games the fan sports radio one oh one nine FM and sports radio sixty six WFAN WFAN FM New York Mets and Marlins are in a tie to to will keep you up to date on that one as it moves along X. also low scoring one today obviously losing there's two one tomorrow it'll be Stroman of potential Yankee target against Masahiro Tanaka in the final game of the three game set break in Brooklyn up next on the fat I Rick Hey don't press will put more natural dysfunctional team from top to bottom I am a big Yankee fans so anyway I mean it's never mind the devolved into the next really in my opinion I I don't see an insurgent without some good players but you know I'm I believe I'm a big believer in the small clearing where the sum is greater than the individual parts of the message don't have that yeah I don't seem to have a a template for what they won't hold pieces yeah exactly yeah but as far as the Yankees are concerned in my opinion I think they should just stand Pat really nobody out there that I would want to trade because it does it does that I know he's not available I know and I and I and I don't I don't disagree with you the only thing Rick would be and you I'm sure you'd agree with me and that is it Brian Cashman disagrees with us so say you don't know about this guy the way we do and this is a guy that can help us so he's earned the trust of the Yankee fan and if and if he gets goes out and get somebody I do think to your point he's not going to get someone for fun he doesn't have to prove anything to anybody he doesn't have to he's not under pressure from anybody except for the internal pressure and and obviously the fan base wants a World Series but there is there isn't anyone like I mean there's a lot of Bumgarner calls right because the memory of Bumgarner is something that people can't get out of their head and they want Bumgarner to be the same Bumgardner they remember from all the World Series but that's a stretch shows awhile ago now and you're relying on Brian Cashman and the staff to a value eight these pictures better than we can but you're right on the surface and more Yankee fan should verbalize this because I think they agree with him and that is don't get somebody to get somebody you know go bring in a guide to get a guy bring the guy you love that's why I said earlier it's not about what they pay it's about whether they're right about the player they bring in because once you trade the players you you're you're getting rid of your trade in they're gone so god bless and hope they do great that way that table trade with you again some day but your concern the moment just like the moment you are a new manager is the new manager it's not making Callaway or whoever last manager was Joe Girardi it's what we have now so the Yankee concern is not how much they pay it's one of the product is the quality they paid for you're going to go to a luxury store you want a luxury product and if you don't play a luxury price you want a luxury product and that's what they're trying to do and to the caller's point his concern is there aren't enough luxury products in a short so what do you do why would you go get somebody just to get somebody and it's a very reasonable question John free hold up next on the fan hi John Akers they don't good good I was that you saw I want to bring up the Mets town evaluation yeah you know it's it's clear that you know they're they're lacking in in this area Yasin Turner for example Jeffrey mailing recently you know I just it's hard to her seat in the team offers all I'm sorry I'm I'm huge mess and you know it it's hard to see it in the team a when we act we got this guy our best player now Jeff you know who was going to be packaged you know allegedly in the can deal if they would take them and it's just you know it's it's really it's just it just goes to show you you know they don't really know what the what's going on from you know scouting purpose the perspective it does and it and again John and I'm sure you'd agree I don't I don't lie as the caller said the cohesion the complementary nature or lack there all of their lineup bothers me I don't think they have a sense of who should be had one two three four but not only that they don't either they're guessing on where players should play defensively and look there's a lot more patching going on with players so it's not the Mets it's not just the Mets there are a bunch of players playing multiple positions now where that wasn't the case ten or fifteen years ago but the Mets have too many of them and the ones that they place consistently in one place aren't great the Mets have the Mets have a singular.

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"brian cashman" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"You know, as bad as the team has been, let's face it Monday, Tuesday was about Mickey's blow up in the clubhouse in the fines of Jason Vargas, and bargains reaction. It all like a big distraction from the real problem with his team. It's not very good. Yeah. No, it's not, you know, and you're right, considering brody's, aggressive offseason moves have not worked out. You know, obviously the Robinson can no trade with the way, canot city and Diaz has struggled. And jed Lowrie hasn't played so yeah, this this you know what their eight games under five hundred. This start as much on the offseason moves that have failed. More so really than whether Micky Calloway's the answer at manager, right? We got news on Thursday about Giancarlo Stanton being placed on the injured list with a sprained knee. Here's Brian Cashman talking about winning expect stand back by day how long it's going to be if outset, but it's, it's going to be more than more than two weeks. Say that and so. He'll be back, but we'll get a better deal in the coming weeks about timeframe for the time pretty line, get bus getting where I would say it's tapered to look into long. I wouldn't. I, I don't wanna say it's unlikely July, but we thought would be August is in terms of not getting birth. In that. And. Two things about how Brian Cashman dismantled injuries in the twenty two years since he took over general manager won the Yankees timeframes, the estimates are always longer than what they're actually being told because what Brian said they don't want to have a situation where they say ten weeks and then in the eleventh week everyone's wondering. Hey, what's going on? The second thing is is that forever. The Yankees have always basically handled injuries by telling the players. Look, we just wanna make sure you're okay for down the stretch into October..

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"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:02 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Vicky. How good? Emergency situation. The Yankees have three starting pitchers. I don't count that you got. They got j that bet number three starter Tanaka. Good play up picking good postseason pitcher. But he's having trouble this year. They can't wait till July thirty dollars if they wait till July thirty first, but you they're gonna be a while caught again, like they've been the last few years look at Tampa's pitching. Boston's coming on campus pitches, and I want to say something the Yankee bullpen that everybody says is great right now is ranked sixth and they made and major league. The problem is you have Cleveland Tampa and Houston rated ahead of them problem is you have pampa and Houston. Rated head of a chance at their lightly play in the playoffs. Yeah. Right. They don't have enough pitching physically. They don't have enough pitching and talent wise. They're not close. They're going to be a wild caught again, if they continue they can't wait till July thirty first that's over a month and a epilepsy, digital be well, I would agree, I would agree with you. I mean I think that now. Now is the time to act. The problem is, you know, when we talk about waiting other teams aren't ready. You know, it's a two way street, you can do all you want and say, gee, we had to get a pitcher. And now now now now now but if you're the giants, for example. Down in Bumgarner is somebody who is very, very likely to be traded. What's the urgency? You know, Yankees want him. Well, unless the Yankees are willing to wildly overpay unless Yankees, you're willing to just, you know, straight their farm system and give the giants of guys giants are better off just letting Bumgarner pitch and waiting and waiting and waiting in the last minute. You know, a bunch of teams it's, it's, it's like, you know, a house. That's very, very desirable, and you get multiple bidders and just say, okay, here, it is. Here's the deadline. What what's your bid and having teams try to outbid each other? So unless the Yankees just blow them away with an offer. Now, why would the giants fan trusted assures her? You know, we hear talk about that. I don't think that's viable because of the money he's making even the Yankees have limits there. But, you know, Washington is thinking, hey, you know, the NFL east isn't that great. We still have a shot here. Why would we give up our guy? Why would we give up one of our strengths? So as much as the Yankees, you know, this is where you might look back on. And I defended the kaikal thing because I don't think the Yankees believed in him. But this is why when you got a guy like that, basically, on the cheap just for money and not a lot of money. Maybe they should have done it. Mark south river. You're on the fan. Mark. Mark. Hey, take a call everybody before I make my Yankee comment. You'll recall LeBron James comment earlier in the year when he spoke about the owners in a negative way. Vaguely. I mean he's said a lot of things a lot of times what exactly. And I love the NBA use the word like old white owners, and I don't think anyone really addressed it back then. But it kind of showed me on the NBA because I mean these guys make a lot of money and the owners are putting up all the risk. But get into my Yankee point does Brian Cashman. Is this his achilles heel pitching? Or is it just not enough of it out there? Good pitching. Well, it's, it's both. I mean, he thought when he traded for Paxton that he was getting a potential ace and the only caveat there was injury. The guy does get hurt. Well he's been hurt. A little bit. I guess he's pitching through it, but he hasn't been great. He's shown you flashes of that, but not great. And with Jay hap- he expected steadiness you know, expected what he got at the end of last year, and that hasn't really worked out, so and honestly on both moves. I didn't really second guess what I thought. Yeah, the Paxton is worthy. Why not do it and half is pretty known quantity, and it really hasn't worked out, so he has a dressed at it just hasn't been successfully addressed. You can say it's bad luck or you can say, well, you know, you had to go for more. For sure things than those two guys, then, you know, I guess we're finding out in baseball. There are no sure things. Let's go to add in Clifton. You're on the fan. Ed. Good money. Richard happy, Saturday, thanks for taking the call. Okay. At what's doing. I think you know, I'm a huge fan. So I'm not calling to complain about them if I don't wanna ruin my day. I think you also know that I'm a huge jet fan and I'm very excited about all of the directions that they're going. They it looks like it's going to be a good season but it's a little soon to jump on that fan magazine all something. Yeah. The personal question to you. Like most of your callers. And they may have one of the same thing. I remember you very well on any w you a very good. Very good, your program direct right for a while, mom. My question is how and why did you jump from the music industry? So to say over the sports radio, which also very good. You're one of those epithets type people many of them out there. Well, there actually are more than you think, you know, like, like, Rush Limbaugh was a disc jockey at one point, you know that really. Yeah. He, he was actually Jeff Christie was his name in Pittsburgh. And he started out playing rock and roll, and then morphed into a talk show host but yeah, I mean there are a lot of guys who've had changed in see when I started doing music radio, it was a whole different thing. Any w was a free form station where they encouraged personality. They wanted you to talk. It was called your rack back, then if you had a good rap, and basically, admit if you could be interesting and tell stories or make points or, you know, basically, supplement the music, compliment the music, so that when you played our house by Crosby Stills Nash and young for the hundredth, time you could bring a dimension to it instead of, like, okay, same old, same old. So I was always interested in talking on the radio and communicating as well as programming music. So when it got to a point, where all radio stations were like ok guys, just shut up play the music, read the liner cards, the computers, got the music already programmed in. It's all you have to do is punch buttons. Kind of lost interest in it. It it became a job as opposed to something. I really loved doing. It wasn't something where, hey, I got go gonna be on the radio and do stuff. And I always was a sports guy started out doing sports on radio sports casts. So when the music thing when I lost the morning show at any w and eighty six is like, okay, what do I do with the rest of my career? Where do I want to go? And I said, well, you know, I could always get a job being a caretaker at some classic rock station, and just punching buttons, and you know pretending to be excited about playing the same records over and over again, or I could do something that I really liked which was sports and that. That's what I did. Let's go to John in Brooklyn. You're on the fan. John, good morning. Good morning, John. Good. You know what I'm gonna do today? I'm going to knock blank Cashman the day. Okay, here. We. You go. You ready? Yeah. Blind cashman. I'm starting to figure this man out. He's me concern. Number one, top priority is bullpen I second starting pitching. Okay. And if that's the case if I'm like Mitch the Yankees are going to be in a long drought with this guy at the helm. I never thought I would see it was pitching staff than last year. And I got to tell you the truth, which, I don't see anything coming insight. I don't think they guy, I think he likes the Lewitt's Lois ideas of the world, the blood, the McCarthy's of the world. I, I don't know where to go with this. I will give him a couple of. He does excel at position players. He does okay. Whatever he brings it position wide, whether it stood they, he finds it these guys for some reason, pitching eludes him. I don't I don't understand it. Then there's nobody out there available. If follies. A great startup other than the guy from San Francisco, and don't you want to see some more development in the phone system with which thought is I like to see guys come up in jail. You know, seven Lino is a guys a great on. There's no doubt about it, which it but what he lacks it he's not a pitcher. He's a hod toilet doesn't keep pitching. Did he doesn't keep the hitters off balance? And that is a problem. And I'm not buying this garbage in the second half that well he was dipping pitches. It's plain and simple. He lost his slide up. Okay. And when he lost his flight, I was just throwing nothing but Facebook and it was sitting at just hitting them. Okay. And I don't know what he's going to do to better the pitching staff right now. I don't it. What, what could he do? Well he you know, he obviously he can make trades. The problem is that the farm system he's made trades and. There's not a lot left. That's all that desirable Florio is one guy, you know, that he's been hurt a lot and that has lowered his stock, but he's supposed to be the number one guy. Great outfielder to come. And I think at this point, the Yankees would consider trading him because of the injuries, but I don't know that the value is going to be there. They're going to have to rent a picture somewhere, you know, expiring contract or somebody that they can get. That's not going to cost them an arm and leg. Okay. It is time to give away dead and company tickets mature is coming to Citi field on the twenty third. That is next Sunday, a week from.

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"brian cashman" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Yes. Have you following that? Yeah. Not good apps, Jamal Collier, MLB dot com. Is the first that I said to tweet this out they were trying to leave Philadelphia on Sunday evening after their game there. They were delayed more than seven hours might engine trouble. They had to check back into their hotel in Philadelphia. They have to play a game tonight in Milwaukee long day for those guys. I'd say BUSTER. Yes. I do not envy the position they're in. No question, man. Yeah. So no complaints in baggage claim Monday here for me after considering what the nationals are going through news and sound of the day Red Sox manager, Alex Cora announced. He's going to skip the teams White House. Visit later this month, the number of rather Red Sox. Also, we're going to skip it including Zander Bogart's. Yankee ace Luis Severino is going to be out until after the all star break Brian Cashman revealed that in an interview on Sirius XM radio in Wrigley field last night cubs. And cardinals. The cubs had won on Friday. The one on Saturday. They were going for a sweep and man Benz overs had himself a night on defense. The two one is line down the left side fair ball down that left Beal mind zobrist over to pick it up carpenter. Sprinting for third here comes to throw the. The head. I throws a little bit off line, but Brian collected it and put the tag on his left shoulder. Matt carpenter out at third. There's two down. Boop, chombiono ESPN radio Benz Oberstar's hitting the ball over the place. You made a nice diving catch. He was doing everything in the bottom of the sixth inning cubs. Extended their lead you'll want swang in a line drive survey sent out of the right center. I'll talk scout fats. It'll score to sober insta-. Sam Bryant on his heels Rizzoli second Anthony Rizzo delivers two run double and the cubs late at five to two. Boop shabby again, the legend ESPN radio and Kris Bryant apply the Khuda gras and the bottom of the eighth now..

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"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Brian Cashman told MLB radio he doesn't expect Severino to return until after the all-star break as he makes his way back from that strain rate lad before today Cashman had not given a timetable for Severino return coming up last night's eighteen inning marathon in Milwaukee. Christian yelich return to the lineup and hit his major league leading fifteenth home run of the years. The brewers completed three games for the Mets three to Jason bargains. Takes loss allowed three runs on three hits over four innings left. The game after the fourth though tightness in his hamstring. He'll be reevaluated tomorrow. And if that's not bad enough, Stephen masses headed to New York with some type of nerve issue in his left arm. Former Mets catcher Chavez, Dr no signed a one year deal with the dodgers NBA playoff tonight. The nuggets are visiting the blazers for game four of their Western Conference semifinal series. The blazers lead the series two games to one right now. Second quarter in the blazers on top thirty five thirty one earlier today game Philly quite Leonard thirty nine points down fourteen board south the raptors beat the Sixers one ninety six that ties their second round series at two games apiece and this down they ca- playoffs continue with their backs against the wall. The blues getting past the stars in Dallas for one the force a game seven of their Western Conference second-round series with reports every twenty minutes. Erica herskowitz WFAN twenty twenty sports CNBC tomorrow at one on the fan. We've got you covered for the Yankees and the twinkies all weekend long and addition to the midst trip to Milwaukee CMB right here on the fan sports radio one one nine FM and sports radio sixty six WFAN WFAN FM, New York. Yeah. That's where you are. All.

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"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To go wrong. And if you know what everybody's so happy we have this. Great bullpen. But what what does bullpen going to look like in September. If they're being used over and over and over because it started can't go. It seems a seem. So like, you know, it seems so elementary. What this thing in this gets back to it? And I'm not one to press the you know, the alarm button. But it's like, I think that Boone I gave my year last year. He got a hundred wins with this team. I understand that. And I'm not one of these guys that just rushes to judgment. But when you're a puppet of Brian Cashman like you really need to rethink what's going on magin. If the boss was around right now managing George Steinbrenner senior was around. I don't even know Aaron Boone would still have a job. He he probably would make a phone call to Joe Girardi and be like, hey, I want you to come back because with this youth of team. Need somebody that can crack the whip last night a perfect example. It was had four million hits on Twitter that when they asked Aaron judge about Aaron bones comment about turning the corner in Aaron judge went what do you mean turning the corner? Like a heat looked actually upset. And bloom does not crack the whip on these guys and maybe Joe Girardi actually cracked a with a little bit too much. That's why he doesn't have a job anymore because they want to protect these guys. But they're all Dulce. I I understand I got to get to my break. We'll come back 'cause I wanna talk a little more about that. But that's the problem. No matter how good you bullpen is. If you start can't give length they're going to be burned out twenty pages fan.

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"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:55 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I'm throwing off on a music C N B at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. Yeah. It sounds like the Padres. We got hustled will the Yankees regret, not signing Machado or Harper. That is your poll today at WFAN on Twitter at WFAN WFAN on Twitter and on Instagram as well where we will go Instagram live later on right now, we begin with you on the phones at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six I've got Matt in plain view to start a soft today. Matthew, what are you got big cat? Hey, thanks for taking my call. Machado and Harper first Machado. I don't think the Yankees are gonna regret this. I do believe right now looks like he has just as good about that that Machado has. And they're not paying three hundred nine dollars. Isn't that tough to say though after Machado's been putting up all star years and Miguel and do Har had a great rookie season. I agree with you. But it was a rookie season. Don't we have to just take that into account? It was one year. Well, it's yeah. But he had close to fifty doubles. You could see has a bad. Yes. It could be a fluke. But I don't think the investment of three hundred million dollars is worth it step away from that yet with all the other they have so Tom. I'm just saying the Machado's a sure thing go ahead. No. I I got you. But for three hundred million dollars, which I think it's only only a few more years until the Padres are trying to get out of that contract. So five. A five year opt out after five and listen to this give him. Gave us during the break about the last five big contracts. Oh, yeah. I saw this. Thank you. Brandon contests on Twitter. The last five largest baseball contracts were signed by San Diego. Miami Seattle Cincinnati and Detroit. They're always trying to make a big splash to get people in the seats in those stadiums. By the Bryce Harper. This is where I think the Yankees will regret it Brian Cashman has this weird. Aaron Hicks fetish this guy. That's only played one hundred games twice in his career. He's always injured. Elderberry is already injured. They have Fraser down to minor. Like, you don't know what he could be. I don't understand why you wouldn't take a guy a left handed bat when they're all healthy, they have one left hand actually Didi, but he's not back now, but the power back on the basis. They have brake on the left hand takes us. A switch hitter. Everybody else is a righty. That's a terrible formula for success Bryce Harper would fit right into that lineup. Yes. He might cost more than Manny Machado. They're the freaking New York Yankees. They print money. We pay so much to go to the games parking naked clearly afford him. I don't understand that this guy twenty five twenty six years old. He would be a powerhouse marketing machine. I don't know. I don't know if it's a love of Hicks. But I'll be honest, the love of Hicks one actually matter much because takes me a free agent next year. They're not tied Hicks for this long term thing. So I don't know if it's a love of Hicks or if it's just they're not they're not Gaga over over Harper. I just think I don't know. I wish I had a better explanation who will they be Gaga over because I wonder next year. I know I know I know that they have started internal the goal sheets were trout. But if he's out there is he's is he the guy Jiang say, you know, what would you do anything for trout, but I don't know if they're even going to have a sniff first of all the angels can throw every everything Adam he's a huge deal. They could they could make him so rich, but he's from the east coast at some point. Think you wanna play in Philly? How much would you pay more than Philly to get trout? I just got a text or a friend of mine who's very familiar with the Padres. This is hosmer all over again. But ten times worse a whole boy good player. He is a good player. But the problem is the Padres. And you're not going anywhere. And I know all about the prospects dog, send me lists of top organizations with prospects in baseball, we get that. Let's see turn into something for the Padre. Well, they have five years, basically. Yeah. Absolutely. They might not be totally of two and a half of Julie starts complaining. Well, but if anyone even going to hear him because he's all the way out in San Diego right here into the Pacific Ocean. I hear now from canot Chris in Westchester, Christopher what's up, but. Guys. I just wanted to make a point here. I don't think Cashman had any intention assignment shadow or and has no intention to sign. A Harper missed reason being we have we have a lot of firepower had if we bring in a guy shot or Harper and they fall on their face. It's going to you know, tarnish legacy. He builds team delays building replacing a guy like their jeeter with eighty Gregorios pulling him out of thin air and just let the shortstop which twenty five home runs coach, God, be careful to be a genius to end goal is to win the championship though. They're fallen short of that every year the Tina had the highest payroll won the championship so cute that you want to have these homegrown is. Payroll. Got a loaded pitching staff that hasn't gone in Chris sale shots people down and. Yeah. But if you believe the Yankees, they've said that they knew that pitching was going to be their number one priority, and they have to feel like they've addressed it. Right. Don't they? Because it's. Unless you're really that worried about defense at third messing up in the him being a ground ball pitcher and him being a lefty. There was more pitching out there to be had. There was kluber out there on the market. I don't know what the Indians were asking the Yankees must feel like they have addressed their pitching to the extent. They wanted to put they put on awful lot of eggs in the Paxton basket to me, look, Jay half. They knew what they had money. I mean, they traded him. No, I understand. But I mean banking on him to be the guy that's really going to improve their pitching staff when he's had trouble staying healthy. I think they're baking on it. I can't believe that the re the risk. Can't do this twice in a row. Be careful. Take away to this. This is the beginning of the window baby. Bombers make sure you secure victory stack the deck. Slat over the extra spades. I just don't understand how anyone could think that Bryce Harper would be subtraction on this team. Like this puts you over the edge right Allie in bay ridge jolly timely hitting they struggle with runners on base. What's up? I mean. The problem. I was so cool. But they didn't have. We stick gross. With the Yankees ticket lucado. The writing was on the world with stop thousands folks about how about John hustler clearly just about the morning on the Padres. The move. One teammate has ever said that about yourself because he wants a long term contract that we have the Johnny hostile comments. If you want to hear them again. Yeah. I wanna definitely want to hear the Johnny hustle comments again because I just think that they're they're so blown out of proportion when you have one teammate ever complain about the guy and the only knock on him before was that he might be a dirty player. Well, honestly, Kenny, I mean,.

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"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Would you? Where would you come up that this benefit of the doubt is something they deserve. We've got unproven all over the place. Here we got a losing head coach with the jets. We got a losing manager with the Mets. We got a loser with the Knicks. We got a first year coach with the Rangers. We we got nothing here that says. We've done it before trust us. We know what we're doing. Trust us. We've got Brian Cashman and the Yankees. And that's it in terms of being able to say to the New York fan. We've done this before trust us. We know what we're doing. So I understand you're hungry for optimism. I get it. I get it. And obviously, we gotta wait and see on all of this. We got to see who the jets draft. We got to see what they use that hundred million dollars on. We got to see who comes to the Knicks. We got to see if the Mets stay healthy, and whether McNeil and nemo and Conforto and young players Alonzo their counting on come through. But to expect success, given the resumes of the leadership and the ownership in this town doesn't to me. You know, you got you gotta take a breath here. Little bit. And I'll tell you the other thing that can't sit well with you, really. And I don't know how consequential it is maybe it's inconsequential. But if you think the Knicks had a meeting the porzingus and twenty minutes later came up with a with a plan that includes. Restricted first round pick unrestricted first round pick players here. Their salaries matching up I mean, come on. The Knicks did not want porzingas for whatever reason they were afraid the fans did what porzingus so they needed the spin it, and that is the spin cycle that building is the spin cycle. It is the washing machine of New York sports put it in put it on spin zipping around and pull it out as something else. That's Dolan's garden the spin cycle. All they do is spin. So they didn't want porzingas which is fine. I don't know about porzingus, I wouldn't even blame him for. But clearly they felt like they had sold porzingas as a part of the franchise coming forward, and they didn't wanna now admit pulling out the rug that it was their decision to not want him back, and they don't want a pain in the ass player challenging them. Okay. They don't want somebody coming there and saying we should be winning. We should be trying. We should be. Hey shut up. You're going to play for us. Shut up. And good luck with that with Kyrie because he's already proven. If he does come here that if it goes south, he's not going to help you. So you'd better be careful with players like that. It's great when everyone's winning look everybody looks like everybody looks great. You don't plan on what happens if we win. What happens if we win always has always will take care of takes care of itself. Oh, Bella check with the hood. And he's so bad with the media and heath so gruff who cares. Nobody why. Because they win. Forever. Nobody cared about Bob. Knight. Then what happened? They didn't win all the time. All of a sudden, Bob nights, a problem. Nobody cared about Rex Ryan at the beginning. All the buffoonery in the stupidity and stuff that no one else in the league. Did there's a reason nobody else in the league. Did it doesn't work. Why Rex Ryan isn't coaching anymore? But for two years at work. Nobody cared. Dan, all of a sudden they were losing everybody care. So that's the way it works. That's the way it's always worked. But things will you got to prepare as an organization. What happens if things go south? Like, I don't respect what the giants have done because the giants never said to themselves. What happened to the men and go down? Let's have guys that don't challenge. Manning don't even Smith at his talent level that way. Manning will be secure that we won't replace him. And they've been fortunate. Manning hasn't gotten hurt. Good for them. But to have player after player that can't play behind him. Just so that he feels more confident that no one's gonna come to get them. Come on come on. So yeah, it's it's. Going to be more fun at the garden because it can't be less fun. The bar is so low right jets will be better. I heard somebody somebody's quote radio row. You know, the jets are in for better days, there were three and thirteen. Coron for better days. What does that mean is that what you want you want to forty five win team is going to be great? It really depends on where you set the bar. But the Knicks will be more fun. No one can argue that and we'll have challenges now in terms of how they fit in. And will enjoy watching them. Put the puzzle together. Samer the jets we're enjoying watching them. Put the puzzle the money the draft picks. Darnold, put it all together for me show me your competent. But let's make them show us. I all right. All right. Your phone calls next. Ceelo is in house. Go tightly short. Hey..

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"brian cashman" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"brian cashman" Discussed on The Short Porch

"But he said, he's feels great great at the workout apparently, his workouts. He was playing second short look fantastic, very athletic, very active, and it's people. You really like saw Twitter the dumbness of fans when they're like all double Machado. We got Troy Tila Lewinsky. All right, listen, man. He's in his thirties. He's hurt every year. He hasn't played a full season forever. I will say this like it should not take them out of Machado. But we can be mad at it. If think don't sign Machado because I could so see Brian Cashman saying in ultima, we looked at the value already said in. Infield is I'm totally in compare it to Machado we just to get this price would be more valuable. That's pretty good Brian Cashman person really dumb before. But then Machado at that price. And that's why we so I if that's the case, then I will be more upset at the signing. Because it's like they they knew they weren't going to get Machado. Well, I think it's really smart. And it's insurance the absolute minimum insurance because if you don't let Machado we should have a shortstop going next year who has the potential to he's going to have a chip on his shoulder. No doubt about it. He setting quotes. And I gotta say his quotes to the media on Monday night. We're fantastic. I think I have him here. He said. Let's see I signed up to be Yankee because I wanted to be with the best player. So manny's one of those guys. I think that would be awesome. I definitely signed up for this to help us with. I just love that quote like, but like that's that is perfectly scripted like the best thing. Whatever happens. Someone asks them like what will happen if Manny comes whatever happens happens ready to play when spring training comes. And then they talk about DD. He's like why are we even talking about that? He's there's no point. We no one knows when dis me back. So I think it's a great signing. I think they can also just cut him in spring. It doesn't look like it's working and on the other side of that if it works out, and he he is chip on shoulder because people, you know, basically, the Bluejays are paying him the not play on their team. I think that always puts motivation factor when just go away. Here's a twenty million dollars. That would piss me off is what the ANC you should do Ellsberg. Yeah. Why they haven't done the he was. It'd be the reverse. No one was signed him. He would just be. Yeah. But he he he does not have that. And I'm worried like I'm gonna go piss off things. But I don't care. I'm getting this money semi Kaolin. Yeah. Absolutely nothing. Like, I've done the last three years fucking worthless piece of shit. But I am a fan of that's for sure I've always been a fan into Lewinsky when he was on the Rockies. It was kind of like written in the stars. He would replace jeeter wears number two idolized him, whatever. But it just didn't work out that way, he ended up. The this is so long since we've done the last podcast wrote that blog about how jeeter sat down with Cashman in. It was twenty ten is twenty nine and when Geeta is contract contract was up and he was for extension, and he wanted to be paid like Derek Jeter, New York like the old Derek Jeter and Kashmiri's like no you are not this player anymore. Fuck you, you're this. You're this. He ends up signing for like fifty million for three years. And it's just interesting. How Derek Jeter said like who else? Are you gonna pay something like it's not a shock that Derek had a big ego?.

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Red Sox, Yankees And Astros discussed on PTI

PTI

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Red Sox, Yankees And Astros discussed on PTI

"First law on the hot stove league. Fire was lit yesterday. Is the Yankees traded for James Paxton, the big left handed starting pitcher of Seattle. He is Canadian. He's known as the big maple. And he went eleven and six last year with a three seven six which is good in the American League. He will fit quite nicely between Severino Tanaka. We'll on the Yankees now better than the Red Sox. No, first of all you have to base should the big maple is not in the big unit meaning the hospital. Right. I mean, he is on the disabled list six times in the last five seasons. Tony a lot. Several chips have been like half the season three and a half months. One time four months another time. I I understand why the Yankees would do this starting pitching is what they were thin at they needed to go and beef that up in the process, you know, I mean, a guy gets is sort of forgotten the Sheffield who also has a lot of talent. And I think is only twenty two years old. But I don't this does not in any way to me as close as they were with one hundred games one. Finish eight games behind the Red Sox. I don't think this allow because we just looked at the top teams in the NFL the top three teams in baseball the Red Sox. They one hundred eight the Astros they one hundred and three in the Yankees. They won one hundred the Yankees just got better. Did they get better than the Red Sox? No. The Red Sox went through the playoffs against the Yankees. The astros. The dodgers they lost one game in each round. They were eleven three against the best teams that were out there. And they answered every question about their starting pitching because Chris sale David price were very very little. So and they've got hitting. So are the Yankees better might they be as good they might be. But they are not better than the Red Sox. The first thing you have to answer about big maple is his health. And I'm sure that entire Brian Cashman brain trust is sitting around thinking about what to do to intimidate this after him off the Daniel. That's what they mean. They just starting. Regarding that sets for starting pitching. That's what they feel. So it is remarkable to me when you look at the how strong the American League is because I is I didn't mention Oakland. I didn't mention Tampa. Either mentioned Seattle. We're all good team. All real, absolutely. Let's take a break back. Stay tuned kids.

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