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Fresh update on "cashman" discussed on The Bower Show Podcast

The Bower Show Podcast

01:53 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cashman" discussed on The Bower Show Podcast

"Caches brian cashman's they weren't big stars when they cashed in and it was kind of like a test run you do it on arguably your be show so that way. They're not the quote face of the company but we can test it out see how it goes and then we see these remarkable that we can actually do something this is this is really reminiscent of those cash whereas like listen we have a lot of faith in big but we don't know what we really have In this so let's move onto raw. Which is the be show I don't know why people will get that anymore. roz the b. shows. Let's put him on the show having cash in let him have the ball go sparks something on raw and then we know that later a year or two from now we can move them back to smackdown which is the show and do the same thing there so i love the way they did this. It lies it all up. You look at the drew. Mcintyre thing drew's been put people over like people them beating drew mcintyre. So it's a way to give some guys and credibility do move through to smackdown. I love the move. All around i thought was great and not to mention if you listened to a biggie interview. He's one of the most intelligent guys you know we've had in his cub like he's effervescent. He's charming has a very robust vocabulary. Very proud of that so to me. This is this'll. I remember back in the eighties. People talk about junkyard. Dog being a world champion and they never pull the trigger guy like j. Whitey biggie is basically the modern day encarta of j. y be just on a different plane when it comes to promos but then the ring good look in. The crowd loves them. I think it's a great move So i'm really proud of what w's done plus once again just nail in that coffin of events is racist. We've had three. We've had three black champions the last year and a half two years. I mean that's a big deal for. Wwe when we went generations..

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

Murph and Mac

01:20 min | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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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How Capital Invents Staffing Crises to Bust Unions and Depress Wages

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02:00 min | 5 months ago

How Capital Invents Staffing Crises to Bust Unions and Depress Wages

"Every few weeks it seems we hear about some essential industry suffering from a critical quote unquote labor shortage. Nurses truck drivers software engineer teacher. Construction according to corporate trae groups and their media mouthpieces these industries simply can't find trained workers to fill their ranks but a closer examination of claims of worker shortages reveals that there's very rarely an actual labor shortage at all what there is however time and again is a pay shortage. Industry is not wanting to provide adequate compensation or safe work conditions for the available labor force. That is perfectly willing and ready to work instead of a worker shortage. There's a not hyper liquidity in the labor market problem for capital the perfectly capable and trained workers that industries do have easily replaceable. Potentially or already unionized and making demands of capital that those industries simply don't like in an effort to increase the labor pool and thus give capital more leverage over existing workers corporate lobbying groups constantly whine about labor shortages knowing the media. Will mindlessly repeat. These claims without any skepticism are evidence to increase recruiting of new potential employees promote legislation that loosens licensing or health and safety standards and reinforces media. Ready means that. American workers are lazy and greedy. Pr extra capital routinely evoked the spectacle of worker shortages knowing full weather claims will be unquestionably repeated by american media. Who never bothered. Ask why they're reporting on the same suppose labor shortages every year for the past thirty years later on the episode we'll be joined by kevin cashman senior associate at the center for economic and policy research. It's a lot easier denies people and say well you know you should be taking this job instead of taking unemployment you know. We should have unemployment amount. That's adequate for everybody. And then we should have employers that are paying wages that incorporate all the requirements of the

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Attachment Fears and Attachment Needs Underpin Our Relationships

LifePix Relationships With ST

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Attachment Fears and Attachment Needs Underpin Our Relationships

"I'm talking about attachment as the underlying need that mammals. Have we need to feel safe. Connected considered all that kind of stuff that. I'm important to you that your accessible to me that you're response responsive to me so attachment is the underlying frame framework under those types. That we all. We're all looking for that. And so when we have a feeling that say anger under it. There's going to be an attachment theory in an attachment. Need the need. Is that you all. Let's say you remember my birthday. You don't abandon me. you remember me. You unimportant enough to you that you remember me that would be underlying need and the fear would be. I'm afraid that you won't remember me as you just proved when you forgot my birthday. So we we have to drop out dropped from the action to the first feeling into the attachment feelings So that's what are the list of cashman Attachment feelings for listening okay. There's you know as many as we could imagine but some of them. I'm not worthy of you. I'm not good enough for you. So in other words someone could trigger. The partner could trigger sensitive security. That could bring up the feelings. I need to know that. I'm good enough for you. I need to know that then we moved into more. I need to know that you care about me. I need to know that you think i'm special. I need to know that you won't abandon me. I need to know that you literally anything between two people. Yeah as long as it's the deep emotional you know what we really need in terms of feeling safe connected on valued so it's connected to save connected valued that that sane. I need to know you see me. You know someone who suppose there's someone who's been whose father ignored her while she was growing up and then is a partner who ignores her. Well that's to be a huge trigger. Which is i feel like. You don't see me well that you have to bring that you have to get down to that conversation of that level and then you have to actually go into history will. Why is that such a big deal for

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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 | 7 months 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 | 7 months 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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"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:25 min | 8 months ago

"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"I think the whole world knows why he was benched. It's pretty much self awareness at this. At that point you had a horrible year on both sides of the ball. You lost your job in the most important time of the season. Which is october baseball. Not sure if there's an explanation necessary your place speaks for itself and you either play well enough to keep playing or you don't whether you were told directly i'm not saying he wasn't not saying he was. I don't really care. I am ben. Taylor like it is cash. I mean diadem at the end of the day. He's he's absolutely right. He didn't play well he didn't play. That's what happened. Airborne was talking about it this past week and he acknowledged that there was not this preemptive This premeditated decision to not start gary sanchez. In certain times. He said that it was it was a day to day thing. They were looking to see who was playing well and who wasn't and they were making these decisions more on the fly than than what people thought. And that was what aaron boone said. But what i'm seeing from cashman here is like yeah of course light a fire under this guy's ass. I'm not gonna cleaning. That's how it's gonna do you think that this is going to light a fire under no. I think it doesn't matter. Nothing matters what has said nothing everything that is going to happen on on the field with gary. Sanchez is going to be because of gary sanchez. It doesn't matter what anybody says everybody's already said everything in anything. He just has to figure it out between his ears. Make that make this. Whatever the improvements yes to do and go out there and play his game and that was shut everybody up the these. This is almost a moment of whatever the next level of candidness for brian cashman leaky. He's had his moments of of being candid. But this is almost like a. He blacked out for a second and just said exactly what he was thinking. Kind of moment this but this is also very evident for me that this is it like you need to figure it out and probably not late in the season. Either you can figure it out first half of the year. If you're not that guy then you know we're we're going to that. That's where i could see. A potential move being made the at the deadline is is Bringing in someone that you know maybe some familiarity with some of these guys are whatever has the ability to make a transition Soon like a good transition. Well would not surprise me. If that was the case but again man like if gary gary walks out and starts playing well and plays up to his expectations and has a good approach mentally which i think is very important for him he could become an all star. He could be an all star next year. Wouldn't surprise either that no it wouldn't but i think what these comments show is that brian cashman's fed up with the situation is and this is probably as last year with the team right. That's what i'm saying. Oh i don't know about good. Good i disagree. I think if he comes out and plays very well. Then then we're timing. These are fed up this is. I am fed up with that question. I'm fed up with that player. I'm fed up with all this talk about it kind of kind of moves and and i kind of comments. I don't i these comments. I just true. There's nothing i know. There's inflammatory about them or nothing. That's embellished in any way. Why do you. They've re they gave gary his arbitration money. Because there's more value giving him that than than anything pure value thing. It wasn't about that we still believe in. The player wasn't about any of that. It was this is the best value for our roster in two thousand twenty one. And we're just gonna move on after that. Look your yes could he. Could he win. An mvp could hit two seventy five with thirty five home runs and play all star level defense behind the plate. Yes because he's that talented and in that case will then you just cannot move on from him because it's too good but if he just turns into a pretty good player again i think they could easily move on and i think that's probably what they want to go. You're right to this point. He would have to have a phenomenal year for them to to make a different decision in that way. Because there's going to be a contract involved. There's going to be a term involved. He's going to be a commitment involved. And you've got to feel really good about that commitment at this point and and there's been so much on uncertainty on in his play and and inconsistency with the way that the seasons have gone that it's going to be very difficult even look at one really good year and and believe that that's going to be the norm moving forward as well. 'cause you'd be doing you'd be giving him a contract based on a really good two thousand seventeen and a really good two thousand twenty one. Those are very fond. Will i mean it would be an pure god given abilities like. We know that it's there if he if you if he can book if he can go in right now and and put a performance that's on par or close or whatever just shows that these got that same ability then. It's really hard to deny that. The talents there that when you're when there's a big gap in between that all i know. Is that if gary sanchez gets benched again. In two thousand twenty one. There's not going to be any Sit down conversation with minnows. Quired at the middle of the in the middle of the season to play the catching position. That's what's going to happen..

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"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"This is. This is more to the point why. I didn't want brett gardner. Not that i didn't want record this team. I like brett gardner yada yada gotta throw in. But couldn't frazier deserves to be the starting left fielder for the new york. Yankees and brian cashman essentially said well if he doesn't say that it brings in the ambiguity. Whether it's gardner whomever it is. It doesn't matter who it is. They need to say that because because honestly the way that he did rebound the way that he came back from off the field stuff just like you know he was. He was vilified by by the media. Essentially he did some dumb things but he certainly took steps in becoming much better baseball player. A hell of i mean. He was in the running for a defensive a a gold glove last year. Kogo crazy so he. He went one eighty defense with way that people think about him and you know he just handled himself very well and he and he played well so you. He deserves the job not to mention. He's a young guy coming up who's got all the ability to get better. He needs the reps as well so that he can find himself what he's truly going to be as he's getting into the peak years of his career a guy like brickner should never be in the way of that ever whether it's in your mind or or physically on the field. Did you should not be that way. I think that brett gardner is going to be more to the point of like for some reason you thought the mayhew was going to drag on to- spring training brett gardner. This is set up beautifully for that. Brek owners not gonna get a job anywhere else. He's going to either go with the yankees or he's just gonna you know not retire probably but not sign and he's going to be on the farm for the entire year or he's going to be ready for the yankees to call him in the middle of spring training and say let's go and it's going to be for the minimum and he's gonna come in and play a role you think he'll play for them and i've heard it'll be i'm sure they'll they'll make some little the fluffy deal to that'll be that'll be That'll look better it will. It won't be insulting and it will stay under the make sure that everybody's in good position with the The finances but they just don't need to get it done right now. I don't think why do you think he wouldn't get a job anywhere. I could see both a raise or the blue jays giving him a caucus guys like gardner right now are just. They're not. Nobody wants to pay a guy like this anything. They'd rather give it to get up paying over your so that would do for your organization. I don't see. I mean maybe he will. Maybe i'm wrong here. But i i think that the way that we've seen baseball trending and the way that money has not gone to these Middling veteran guys. They just haven't been getting contracts like at all. There have been guys sitting out because they're not getting the interest anywhere. The teams are rather put a younger guy in there and see if they can build some built some equity with a young guy. That's overplaying what he's the what they're paying for them and at least there's some upside there. There's upside for brett gardner for another team. No you wouldn't be doing it for years of battling a bad week. He's going to be nobody. What is going on the team anymore. Yeah and i guess like wh who was it David doll knee. Get like two and a half million bumped up. Yeah exactly so. I just don't see the more upside guy. He's more upside is younger than gardner. He's a at this. Point is a better player than gardner. Gardner has more leash as a new york yankee more more value as a new york yankee than anywhere else. I certainly argue. So yeah. that's still the case. Obviously okay so so. Maybe you're right. Maybe maybe a tenth we hear. Oh brett gardner came in to yankees camp. He signed he signed for the minimum or he signed for a million bucks. Surprise me. Rosins surprise me. Gardner was a camp like unsigned and he's just like coming in work. And you just shows up in the park and then it's just assume that that's going to happen. Potentially and he's gonna be but they're gonna. They're making it very clear right now. They're making sure that the media understands this all the fans understand what's happening is that so you know cashman saying we liked the roster here the way it's going right now. I could see us walking into the season like this clinton guy all the positive things about him all the support right there and then if if gardner does come on and afterthought it's a it's a depth peace and you know what i'm fine with brett gardner if he's the fifth outfielder. I'm totally fine with that. My problem if brett gardner is resigned then unfortunately because his name is brett gardner and he's been here for twelve years for whatever reason he's going to get more playing time than he deserves. That could still happen. Even even everything. I just said happens is well because once you get into the season and you're on the you're in the clubhouse in the dugout you know aaron boone. Looks around. he sees his guys brecher inserts. Getting getting hot. You know pulling some matt holliday Getting swollen and hidden bombs into into right field. Never know i. But i think there are anointing right now. Could frazier is the starting left fielder which key deserves and good for him. And the doozy comments. Brian cashman amid were about gary sanchez. And the fact that he did that. Espn interview about a month ago. Saying that the yankees never talked to me about why why. I was benched. Brian cashman fires back with..

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"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:25 min | 9 months ago

"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"I thought of this because of blake's past successes in cleveland with bieber please ac and savelli who are all young arms that were developed internally may be blake is a young arm whisperer and can provide low cost and long-term pitching value for the yankees going forward I okay there. There was a there was there was definitely a infrastructure built in cleveland. That matt blake came out of right. There was there was a culture. There was there was support with with the philosophies. I think that he was doing that that he had in his mind. It wasn't a one man. Show and i understand that the yankees are not a one man show as either but this kind of a newer thing is the newer system. They're adopting in a lot of ways for their For their pitching. So i don't have garcia schmidt. King montgomery mon- montgomery herrmann been there for years. We we kind of know what they are. Blake's going to tweak them. It's going to be on the major league level garcia schmidt. You know we're kind of seeing that. So i don't have confidence in that in blake yet to be honest but i do think there's a lot of potential in the system. The problem is it's not a problem to positive thing they're all controlled acid control players right now so so that's why they should be adding to the major league talent. That's why they should be adding more majorly talent that they can afford because it gives them depth and as we've seen firm every season that i can possibly remember pitching depth is pretty important. Starting pitching death is pretty important. And when have the ability to add major league arms without bumping a guy out of rotations because of a major league deal and there's no option to send him down. You should do it. You should take advantage of that. It's an opportunity at the yankees. Currently have and i feel like a broken record here but it's going to really really bother me if they don't take advantage of this opportunity. Yeah yeah. I don't know it's like young arm. Whisper and brian cashman to every who all of the people that oppose. Brian cashman in what he has done to their credit. The one thing that he has not done an identified well is pitching ghetto. Anybody who has cashman dear. I don't even know what that means right. It's like does it really take a genius to identify that. C c sabathia was was a good pitcher no that garrett cole was a good pitcher not yet. That's obvious every other pitcher he's tried to bring in here has not worked out for one reason or the other and they have a real gift. Rhoda was the guy that they brought into me that fit very well and was a good ad and was that was that was a one year contract and he signed a series of one year contracts. That wasn't like a. We're going out and trading for jackson's two different trading from michael pineda again. those were supposed to be organization. Organizational shifting moves. That cashman was making right and they didn't work out definitely. There's no doubt it's been a definitely been the biggest issue in cashman's tenure for sure so if not blake is is saying i. Can you know this depth that you've given me. I can pump them up a little bit. And i can get the most out of them. Sure that's why he was brought in. But that's not going to be enough. Brian cashman and say okay. Great wash my hands of going out and trading or acquiring pitching because we got matt blake. And he's the whisper of of of like mediocre depth. Starters map lake was coaching high school baseball like ago. He was working on little johnny's curveball. Back like mardi mardi mardi. Blaine is barely in the door. Let's not ghetto. Let's not attach our entire offseason plans for pitching on his ability to take the stats and make spin rates. Better and these guys you know buying into it over zoom by the way and you know the making sure that they can take advantage of it because now there coaching through zoom to it. No i i just. I can't get behind this i but hey that being said i hope to god. This happens that that that matt blake can walk in whisper. Sweet nothings in these guys. Ears print out some excel sheet on dot matrix paper. That's what i envision of and show them the way and they listen and they implement and goes well. I hope all of that happens. That would be great. I can't rely on it all right. Well we have Another mailbag question which will get to next time is from daniel. It's about the ultimate yankees team of the two thousand ten's decades. It'll it'll take a little bit of time soon. Do it next time. But i thought it was a great question. So maybe think about it over the next couple of the the ultimate yankee team for the two thousand ten. The it's a weird weird weird era in yankees baseball. No world series appearances. Kind of a transitional decade daniel called in the transitional decade. Which i i i think is Appropriately named because. That's that is what it is. It was a weird. It was a weird decade right. So we'll do that next time. Thank you guys for all the mail bag questions loving these these these questions and suggestions for them any anything else. You wanna touch on scott before we close it out on the other half of five. Oh to how you feel of five hundred how you feeling feeling. Good feeling feeling refreshed here. I would feel a lot better..

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"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

08:48 min | 9 months ago

"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"It's twenty percent of the first twenty five million seventeen percent for the next twenty five and fifteen percent for the remaining value of the contract. So theoretically we're getting bargains as you continue as you extend the years annexed and make the contract a little bigger. Aav if you take so contract you are right in the sense that every thirty teams could offer him a contract. He could accept the highest contract. And then that's the posting fees at him him him accepting him accepting that the the club accepting or is it a first right of refusal by the club. I don't know about the i'd have to read. There's there's got to be something in there. Because if he took a smaller contract to play in the place that he wanted the could get screwed. So and i have a hard time believing that that's possible knowing what the system has been in the past. I mean the the system in the past was ridiculous. The posting fee gave you the ability to negotiate with a player. Yeah and it was so backwards like dice. Que almost broke because the red sox posted for him and then he they couldn't agree on a contract But it's definitely changed. It's it's become more of a open competition market system. Yeah and certainly become better for the our zoom and then also it just allows more teams to be involved with these types of guys whereas before you only the only the bigger payroll franchises. Really able to compete. You saw. That's dodgers and the yankees and the red sox were always involved. Hold on this article says players have to be posted between november first and december fifth. It's obviously after december fifth. So did this guy get posted He must have been posted already. Because and that's the thing when you're when you're posting now you have a a bigger window to negotiate just has to be available at that point and now more teams can get in. Yeah they formerly posted him and is a thirty day posting period. So i wonder how how that's going to have any bearing on what free agency is doing thirty days. Then that's coming up. Yeah maybe it's going to be this month You got like depending on what date The and he's he certainly improved. his performance. in twenty twenty up velocity was which is interesting. We were watching a video of his delivery. And it's kind of a unique delivery in the sense that it starts off like traditional japanese delivery kind of like tanaka but then he's got kind of like an upper torso body turner's his arms exaggerate The turn backwards. it's more pronounced. Stay where they are like a spring. It's similar to what similar to what a judge does at the plate. Where he loads he's got a net spring-like load to then create a whip. It that's kind of what he does because yeah. He rotates the top of his his upper torso which gets a little. You know it gets the The tension in the lower hips. And then there's almost a spring effect when he's coming forward it's interesting. Yeah and this would obviously be the fifth major japanese pitcher to come over to the yankees tanaka who was a great success rookie kuroda who pitched for three seasons. He was really good care. Gao kuroda was iraq. Man trenton all star and Araba who was tragic But yeah. I'm intrigued as well if this is their only pitching addition this off season. I don't think that's a success. But if he is one of their pitching additions this offseason. I think that could be good. Sure we we don't know what he's gonna do. We have no idea but from all the things that we see he can control a good amount of pitches. He's got a plus slider he's got fastball. Velocity that plays enough especially with the fortify pitches. Yeah bring them in. let's go all right mailbag questions. We got a few doozy's let's get to him first. One up is from chris. Mack do you think it's possible. Cashman is dragging his feet with dj. Because he is looking trade for linda or air nado. I just find it hard to believe that. If dj is the priority they haven't reached to some sort of agreement yet. So is it is. The plan is the grandmaster minjah cashman plan trade for francis goal. Indoor move labor back to second base let. dj loma he'll walk. You can't plan that that's the problem. You can't plan that you can well. Is he working on that. And that's why he's dragging his feet on. Dj he's talking to everybody. Yes i yes. I probably if that if that is of interest of the new york yankees which it should be at minimum for them to knock on the door and see what the deal is. Yeah you should be looking at it. But it's a trade. You gotta have two willing participants there so you gotta have and you're going to be giving up a lot. It's a different deal. Obviously you can't plan for that you can. You can have that as part of the plan as far as the preparation. You can have one of your plants. One of the routes of free agency that you've mapped out go that way But at some point you have to make a decision based on the information that you know based on your own timetables and not other timetables of other teams. That don't have a name. Clearly they have other things happening over there too. They're a little confused so well you can't do both right. You can't sign lemay an trayful indoor i. I don't see that happening. So if it if these are the two plans it's one or the other you might be left. Should look if you drag your feet on the mayhew and he signs with with toronto. And then you're trying to work out a deal for with cleveland and can't get something done it as a very tricky leverage situation here because of that if and if lemay who has signed somewhere else now cleveland's like you know sitting there with their evil laugh Know middling their hands together saying we you. You're going to have to give up a lot now. So yeah i think that. There's there's a very risky proposition here for. Sure and the the one known quantity go back to this again. It's signing dj lemay and all things equal. Does your team better with indoor or digital. Mayhew i mean you could probably argue both ways. It would be very hard to argue lindores with lot of certainty because one. He came off of a bad season which conveniently. I'll uses a bad season because it was a bad season but and this is exactly what we we know he is so there's definitely more risk with lynn door side. There's no doubt. And i really would be right now. The idea would be silent door to a contract. It wouldn't be rent him for a year and then let them walk. So i think for if we're talking about five years right if for a five year contract for use over the next five years. Your team is better with lindores and gleyber than it is with. Dj -ing labor for the next five years. Maybe not the next one to two years but for the next five years. Maybe it's not. It's not that it's mad is not a definitive. It's not. I think he's as you're making. It seem. i think lynn door is more likely to be a better player in two thousand and twenty two three and four. Then lemay oh. He wasn't a good player with this year but he was a great player in the three years prior to that but dj showed it last year and the year before that dj showed it in a bad in a weird season. This is not a knock on digi lemay you. I know it's a value. it's a it's an understanding of what the value is and the risk. And when i see guy. Dj lemay who who. i know. I'm going to get three really good years out of at minimum. I think three years is very. I think it's easy to say that we're gonna get out of that player. Okay so you do that for linda. If you get three years out of that why would there be surprised if fell off a little bit. I know because he's shown it. I don't know it's risky. It's risky because one you don't have the player secured. There's a lot of other things that that are involved in making that happen and dj's just a matter of paying the guy what he's looking to get earned what he's earned by the way a win the next questions from our he says what do you think about a trade for whitmire field. He would be a good depth. He would be good depth and speed for the lineup. he is cheap and signed through twenty twenty two with an option for twenty twenty three. He is not kidding man. Is he cheap so his contract. He's thirty two years old to start next season. He's awesome what he wants to be honest. I thought he was definitely younger than that me too. He was actually on the the royals championship. Yeah it's crazy. But he was. He wasn't he was like a. I don't think he was probably on the playoff roster anything uses like he appeared in that season two thousand twenty one six point seven five million two thousand twenty two two point seven.

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"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

06:36 min | 9 months ago

"cashman" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"The mvp. The team is lunacy. It really is. It really is because also the other thing about him is that he's the type of guy over most that will probably translate for five years. She's not going to be. Probably you know the same guy that he is but his game will will age and probably age a lot better than the majority of guys out there who were either. Swinger mr homerun. He's an interesting player from the from a statistical standpoint because he's been much better with the yankees then he was in colorado not that he was batting colorado but he was. He was much closer to average in colorado. And he's been he went to colorado. Yes i know but he also had two below league average seasons in colorado so so he so when you average out his five years in colorado. I think it was five years. It was slightly above above average. But with the yankees. He's been an mvp candidate. Two straight years. I believe he's going to continue that elite play for the next couple of seasons. I think baseball has changed so much in the last couple of years and and lemay hugh style of play like we talked about is so valuable in today's game that the things that he does are so rare the things that he does not everyone can do. Remember the fact. No team has shifted on the may. Houston's two thousand sixteen that's like unheard of right that's unheard of in today's game so he's hitting grumball's to the second base hole basis or he's hitting ground balls up the middle base hits those aren't base hits for other people. Because you've got you've got central. You gotta shortstop planted his ass rate directly up the middle. So you hit a missile up the middle every every season in baseball up until the last couple of years. That's no longer basically. It's just a ground ball out the other thing. If i may that. That doesn't get set. All the time is this guy has the ability to play multiple positions in the field. You as as he's getting older if needed you could slide him over to third base. You could sign him over to first base you. So he's got three of the four positions on the infield that he's got the ability to play at a high level. It's not like he's a slouch the at any of the position. So not only. Do you have a guy that if he's losing range which if i'm looking at the way he's going to age i could certainly see him Losing range at second base that that is probably something that will happen given his his body. Type you know. He's not the best athlete in the world. He's got he does amazing for what he's got and he's a bigger guy i could see him playing third base. I could see him going over the first base and he does both of them. Well so not only are you. You're getting the guy who is an absolute constant in your lineup for four to five years. But you're also getting a guy defensively. Who has the flexibility to move round and give your team whatever needs in that particular stop. Another player from coming in really is the point. So it's it's it's a no brainer. It's always been a no brainer. And i just want to get the deal done because everything you hear. Is you have two parties. That wanna get a deal done so get the goddamn deal done yet. So we're specifically talking about the interview. That brian cashman did with meredith on. Yes and after the question about who that was the number one question because obviously the topic of of salary and money came up. Emeritus ask them how handcuffed financially are the yankees after the covid season and cashman dodged the question and basically said we will be the number one payroll regardless of what happens. That doesn't answer the question. I don't like that answer. Because that's basically him saying you were you and your jettison that doesn't bother you because what he's basically saying is going to be the highest spending team no matter what whether we sign the mayhew or not so see we spend money. That doesn't answer the question. No it doesn't because he's trying to deflect the question he's like yeah we're going to spend it. I'm just not going to tell you where. I'm spending it so it may be in the place that you absolutely want me to spend. It is not going to tell you that. Nor am i gonna lead onto it or it might be on some new nerds. It's my so those nerds needs some promotions after that genius decision to have debbie garcia opening game. Two of the lds. Whoever came up with that crack idea needs to get promoted senior nerd senior nerd. Look i. I don't like the the indecision here with lemay who i. I want them to be decisive. And just make this move a. And i understand that. That's not good business when you're looking at a market a free market for a player to go there because these contracts that are coming back that we're seeing or low they're low. There's no doubt. Oh my god like david doll contract. Salaries yellow three million and change for his six year. Old outfielder who's like a good player. Where does that leave. Cartner free to pay the yankees to play. Because they've already paid him as by out of two million dollars. So brett gardner needs to show up and lace up for free next season. I mean when you look at the value of that contract you have pretty much. That's that's kinda words from a fifty dollars stipend so you can go to chipotle. So if they're looking at the free market and what's happening out there and and playing russian roulette because that's kind of what they're doing right now. All it takes is one team to come in with a contract. That's that's a little bit bigger. That makes me feel good. Because i could see. Dj's feelings being hurt. I could see that. I can see him doing that. Though because the blue jays playoff slash share their an incoming young team. They need some veteran leadership. Lemay you actually would probably fit in really well on that team. I know i know he fit in very well on that team. I don't like it at all. That's i could see the blue jays. Absolutely giving him a magic bullet contract to come in as the glue to that to that a young team and bringing it all together with the veteran experience and yes i think he makes a very big difference on that team so yeah i could see them having him i know. He's extremely valuable on their board They they definitely want him. They've they've made that very clear and to me. That's courting dj. I think if there's another team involved they almost have to be like. Hey we we want you badly. We absolutely want you and guess what players. Listen to that crap. They do they want to be wanted. You don't dj on still talks money still money still talks with digital you also feels like a guy that wants the loyalty back if you're not giving it to him back if you're not reciprocating the same feelings the same type of devotion that he has. He's gone now. He deletes you his computer brain and moves on..

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Kim Ng Makes Baseball History

The Lead

04:54 min | 10 months 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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"cashman" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

Dispatches from the Multiverse

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"cashman" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

"They think that I'm too pompous. This is what they say. Particular.

Yanks optimistic Judge, Paxton, Hicks, Stanton healthy

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:22 sec | 1 year 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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Yankees minor leaguer has virus, 1st MLB-affiliated player

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year 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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Will coronavirus cause a global recession?

FT News

06:22 min | 1 year ago

Will coronavirus cause a global recession?

"Today I'm joined by our economics editor Chris Giles to look at the risk. The Corona virus epidemic poses to the global economy news stories about the spread of the virus. Often focus on the human cost quite rightly but also growing economic costumes disruption to trade supply chains tourism and transport. So what is the risk that this will push? The global economy into recession can the actions of central bankers and policymakers. Help avoid this Chris. Let's start with damage. What are the sectors of the global economy? That worst affected. And how big is the damage? So far you've mentioned the big ones tourism damaged very substantially in the areas where the outbreak is quite severe. So it's Li China parts of Asia. We're seeing huge pools in two stumbles. And that has a knock-on effect straight away to airlines in particular but other transport hotels leisure facilities all of the sorts of companies often small companies particularly when economic down to hotels restaurants and other leisure activities. So we're still in the part of this crisis where we don't really have any hard economic data but we can expect some very very large impacts which we expect to be temporary. We've got some surveys. The pair my from China was dreadful. Was the biggest drope. Even that the financial crisis in history in February Chinese costs without ninety percent that is not a normal number for any part of the economy. Because if you have a lock down. Lots of things simply won't happen. So those are the sectors. The ones that you've mentioned supply chain's first-quarter loss of this would come out into manufacturing. Why plants which shut down because essentially. I couldn't get parts of that is all happening. We don't know exactly how serious it is quite hard to pull this together. What we know that in China. It's very serious. You can see that from the pollution. Tater the upside is that. There's a lot less pollution but also means as a lot less activity going on and that is now spreading out around the world. Everyone thought it was going to be a reasonable sort of year in terms of economic growth the US China trade tensions calm down that when things pretty hunky Dory if unspectacular how vulnerable is the global economy because the epidemiologists are so uncertain about how far the viruses spread. The economists started off predicting very small total global economic impacts but those a growing pretty much by the day. We're now seeing pretty large effects. Go think the CDs is the best focused for the global economy. We we've had so far. They say that if it stays pretty limited said limited as to China and parts of Southeast Asia then the knock on effect on the global economy would be to take off half percent in twenty twenty percentage point off growth so to put four not two point nine percent but if it spreads much further than the two point nine could easily Hav and go to one point five or so. That's where we roughly on that is a reasonable for cost range at but as easy to get if this spreads much further there we're GonNa hit contraction touch the grabble economy and I think one thing you need to remember is one hundred percent we even to put. Four percents of the global economy does really put us in the zone. Way You talk about global recession because eight eight in the ten percent smallest levels of growth in any sort of reasonable historical period. And so if it's in that sort of button tenth of echo performance than we are talking really about to grab her recession and two point. Five percent of growth is whether the IMF likes to talk about recession. Does this crisis hit a weak spot? How damaging do you think it will be in terms of corporate debt levels and government at levels? Is it catching a time when the world is really quite indebted yes? I don't think this is one of the worries. The second round affects the if we have a short at shop down then we get over the corona virus problem and things get back to normal within. Yes you could knock activity off twenty twenty growth and is not the end of the world and it doesn't have lasting knock on effects. This is your classic v-shape recession shop down by shop up once the crisis posts. Not that much Tom Dunn. Everyone's lost a bit of money. But you can make a bit up where that gets more worrying than spreads into something more insidious in more longer lasting such stock companies that we find lots of worries in the global economy if he'd have to reach him in the IMF global financial reports tonight concerns about the levels of corporate debts in the world. More than than others venture. I read quite a lot of the cage since the financial crisis a decade ago companies have looted themselves up with the more that though Poke its vulnerability and those pockets is on the busy if that hit by a short cashback program that content short cashman from something. Massively more serious. So this is why. We're seeing lots of central banks policymakers old trying to make sure that banks full close that there's full balance of that that we don't have this little second round where a short term problem terms into something more serious but I think we're saying with things likeness small case globally but in the UK. On Thursday we see Flyby a small regional carrier which was in trouble anyway. Will that's going on because it's the straw that broke the camel's back and I think you'll see that with other companies as we move into this crisis particularly begins to lost a long time that companies web banks will pretty worried about finances anyway while this poopie the loss tool.

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"cashman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Thought Cashman's jeep was still reported as stolen but Cashman had just retrieved it from impounds please a second look very familiar to me the new year yeah I know I used to see a portrait bagels when I was in the fifth the cop third turn all the lights off and we're good the spectacle of the words and understandable Brian Cashman Santa job to do and they were gonna do it and and you know public safety's first and so I understand what was going on what was going on that's a county cops say the suspect caught on viral video stealing credit cards from purses at grocery stores he is under arrest and identified as fifty seven year old Frank Rodriguez stays charged with twenty five counts of grand larceny four counts of identity theft he allegedly stole from victims at best market shop right and stop and shop W. ABC news time eleven thirty one that's number don't know one way traffic and transit debit love that officer said no spectacle I did not see what the bagel store I was awesome much of the southbound side legal Avenue purchase street again they have apparently some slow moving vehicles up there again they're they're fixing some of these low hanging branches so that's going to be there for a while we also problems on the VQA white Avenue south and that's out of the way also you got trouble as you travel southbound on the west side highway two hundred fifty eight street accident there earlier problems about Lincoln gone and alternate side again today is spent I'm Joe low traffic a talk radio seventy seven W. A. B. C. all wall street's been flip flopping all morning right now the Dow is up twenty nine points NFL preseason action the jets Atlanta tonight.

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Giants' trade deadline activity draws mixed reviews from fans

The MLB Show

03:03 min | 2 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 | 2 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

"cashman" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on The Short Porch

"I don't know I don't think I can't you do that. Though my mind is still incapable of comprehending what happens dude I was. I was taking a nap to like my is is going in and out of sleep and my phone starts blowing up. I'm like what could this possibly be and it's that irritating. After that what happened I achieved. I accepted okay sales about the feel like a one hitter because that's the only way we can gets worse so I didn't see it live. I just got a text for my down. That said Stroman go to Matt's Cashman better have a good reason why he isn't a Yankee and I was I. I read it like ten times as I don't believe this is true I went to toward our solitudes. I Still Zoltan believes this is true. I just don't honestly it's it's twelve fifty three. I still really believe it's true yeah. Would you have given up Clinton stroman deal breath. Even though it's only for your mouth yes our Donna to. I don't really understand what we're doing. At this point. I like him obviously but but if you're gonNA keep him in the minors well then trade him. It's better for him. It's better for us at that point. You know if you're GONNA play like we love. Mike Talk with Mike. We've camera Maven is really no room for frazier right now. Trade him US now. I assume that's what they're going to do the next three days so whatever but a- apparently that was holed up to Toronto confusion they said No. What are we doing here? You know I I was talking to myself. I don't know what I was going to say there but <hes> this is the most important seventy two hours in Brian CASHMAN's career. I think our the Yankees the fact that they won the division so twenty twelve Paul then won the world series they haven't been to the world series in two thousand nine nor one it the red sox obviously had lost successfully. You finally have a team that you've built <unk> by yourself Brian Cashman. This is your baby. All these you know the baby bombers all them. They're all Brian Cashman and you have this terrible track. DOC record of acquiring starting pitching lately just does not work out the sunny grades of the World James Paxton's. You know you've just basically swung them on everything the you now. I'll have a full farm system trade plenty guys Floreal included tons of guys right and you know the market is a little drive like the top tier. You guys you know you don't you know Max. Scherzer is available but he needs to really put Thursday through Saturday hey man. We don't have starting pitching. They also have an offense. It's unbelievable. They're you know they're ten up in the loss. Come in first place in the American League East One of the best divisions in baseball baseball. If not the best you need to get you need to do your job and this is a legacy definer the next seventy two hours for Brian Cashman yeah legend dramatic. I mean no I don't I don't disagree. I think that no matter what happens I still think Africans is Super Smart Martin but you're right the big blemish on his resume. Even though this rebuild has gone so well and he's hit on all these trees up nothing and guts you know Hicks indeed e cetera knock him has been as ability to scout pitch and it just hasn't worked out ozzy. SCIENC- like a no brainer but he said the trees and and stuff. They just haven't worked out. There's no luke voids of like the starting rotation or it's like underrated gems. That's right. It's nuts and you know it's it is the worst kept secret in baseball thanking starting pitcher so the Yankees are desperate. Other teams are going to know that they have the best opportunity to win a world world series..

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"cashman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"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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U.S. judge orders Ed Sheeran to face Marvin Gaye plagiarism lawsuit

Donna and Steve

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. judge orders Ed Sheeran to face Marvin Gaye plagiarism lawsuit

"Gay's classic. Let's get it on. In a recent decision district court judge Louis Stanton denied Sheeran's attempt to have a copy copying lawsuit tossed out at defining what the judge called quote substantial similarities between several of the two works musical elements. The judge said that Jerry should decide whether Sharon copied gay and whether the rhyme in let's get it on should be copy protected in the first place Lee, Marvin Gaye families this really making a ton of money for Cashman, man. Mismanaged staple. I mean, I get it. If he stole it. He should pay for it. Come on. Yeah. Weren't they behind the feral thing to in the Robin Thicke dangerous? Jersey shores. Ronnie Ortiz Magro has filed a police report against gen Harley after an

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"cashman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Got if you have a good. Fun question. All right. We got a fun one. I'll make it fun. I'll I'll I'll change the discussion question guy, do it. Okay. So Brian Cashman was asked about whether the Yankees are interested in Bryce Harper. Because Scott Boris has been telling the media that he's never heard the Anki say that they were saying, no, even though Bryant publicly said, no, correct. Yep. So Cashman, then had a quote that said, I don't have any other reaction other than to say than say and to try to promote that we are progressive open minded operation. And that everyday is different that we've prepared a pivot reacted any moment. Okay. Yep. All I can keep telling you is you know, where my current focus are at the same time. We are fully operational death star. His Brian Cashman using the phrase death star properly. Thump can a funny question. I think that he is making a joke. Really hot. Yeah. I do. I don't I don't think he I think he's being sarcastic can't being sarcastic towards Scott Boris got Boris to saying. Oh, yeah. They want despite the fact that Brian Cashman said we don't have room for him. He still wants him. And he's saying, oh, we're the death star sarcastic towards Scott, boys. But I tell you I would love the dodgers to be a death star signed me up for a start that Cashman just missed used the analogy. I think he knew exactly what he was doing. That's he's just tweaking Scott for okay, good. I hope that's the right. All right. And there you have your fast track for today. All right coming up next. Let's circle back to Trevor Aretha actually coming to the Lakers, which is out there and buzzing around plus a little preview for what's going on tonight as the Lakers. Take on Houston down.

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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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"cashman" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on Get Up!

"The Red Sox really needed in the eighth inning guy. They were going after Britain, heart. We were following this and now the Yankee said, oh, hey, by the way, he's hours now. So they get to face the Red Sox, Zach, Britton, bro. In those ninety eight mile an hour sinker. The rest of the season, Brian Cashman for the block and staying with the day after Gary Sanchez caught plenty of IRA as it is written for not hustling in a loss to the raise, not once. But twice. He goes on the show with a right groin strain. And yesterday, confirming he aggravated the injury that sent him to the distance sable this last month, we all know he's having a terrible year and text. We talked about this at some length here yesterday. Inexcusable was the word that I use to describe the effort here. He went and he talked to Erin Boone, then they put him on the what do you make of the whole thing? This is the Yankees doing their best Mets impression. It's like the star player kind of hurt will not hurt until I get, you know, buried in the media will now I'm hurt. I don't get it. I don't get if Gary Sanchez was hurt. Take yourself out of the game. You're a big part of this team. If you got hurt in that first inning on that, the lazy play in the first thing you take yourself out of the game, get yourself, right? He played the rest of that ball game. At the end of the game, he hits into a ground ball. He started running hard again. And then he said, after the game that he was not hurt, he was fine. It just does not smell right. And I think the Yankees, this is a ten day deal punishment. It's like, hey, man, you got to pick it up. You're, you're on the deal. When you get back, you need decide if you want to be a great player because we need you right now. It's been a disaster for a guy who came up with looked like he had all the promise on the world and probably still does, but he's hitting a buck eighty something at this point. And to be honest, I kind of liked the way the Yankees did it. I mean, they say it's a groin injury. They're going to protect them just a little bit, but still, like you said, there's a little bit of a punishment there and they're saying that this isn't acceptable and you're proven to your team, what is will and will not be acceptable. He's a guy who someday is gonna make a lot of money. He could secure the briefcase if he's careful. Got to watch out for that. I actually know the expression bag by the way, but they wrote briefcase emoji warming here beating about this. Okay. It is now time for our favorite athlete of all time. Right? This second and in honor of our friend, Michelle Beedle is lots on who was a guest on yesterday and did not disappoint when he was talking about LeBron James came as that is amazing and what is doing the way he's doing it because I see my cellphone, so being so big and and move like a small ninja what he does. Also, I find it fancy and this is by a lot of people. So I think we'll watch each other. Of course. We know he's a part owner of Liverpool. So he's aware. I mean, he's he's yes, he is. You didn't know. I can't believe you didn't know this. I knew, but it was the wrong team..

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"cashman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Oh man l talk good bays people reminds we have an old tire now she this i'll tell you i i mean i don't know terry cashman if he's with mary cashman and they should retire luther may this is an awful song and this it's so is this is a fantastic song while luther is great song sham with you this needs to go away quickly sounds like i'm in line running for your life i wish i your star on the rest of my life come on the ball is tipped yeah with the ball the there you are killing steve you're running for your life grey's of all time you're shooting star the fact that you know the word says enough yeah no it's it's a fine piece of work and i hope they never changed i have an idea so what would you do you have somebody else record that song no they did that they tried that and people bitched about it and they brought luther back from the day did they have neo do it that somebody more modern do it and then people complain so luther who died a few years ago they version and luther is a legend come on yeah that's the thing you have to you have to respect luther vandross right greater is being one of the great rb priore history i mean when you when you say luther i personally luther luther yeah so either that or the guy who is the lead protagonist in the movie the warriors which is highly underrated of that will.

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"cashman" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"This market or anywhere for that matter at this point and a he signed a fiveyear extension in december so there's no end in sight i mean how how can you imagine cashman's tenure coming to an end someday it will i've been will he get sick of it will it take the yankees being bad for a number of years which seems like it's not going to happen any time soon would it require the steinbrenner's selling the team or so is this just like a lifetime appointment that this point yeah i think all will really a number one ivy aspirin m firmed up by it yeah and certainly you know when he be twenty year here through the coal right moaned definitely a coal rajic professionally per person leonora so that because he worked in new york for that long we must guy found him drop on paid sick yeah all right where he's been through that percival ringer ear got cupcake working all of years under the school span butter stuff takes a toll the wonder how he's been able to get through i think you know having covered him the first time i always thought outlook like how did this guy get through all of this nonsense is just so much of it but you see that he's been schooled in the game brian cashman is brilliant people person i think above all i think that's what keeps them here and that's what we'll keep them here for as long as he chooses to be here i think he values diversity of waste isn't anything that's something you get set a lot but i don't know if it's necessary to put into practice a lot in baseball eating more so now than ever before but still uh folks tend to go back to the either was comfortable with and i like you know ellie studying cash in that way because he seems to run the other direction uh he's not afraid the you know invite and different ideas and different viewpoints in even if they challenged things that he's held dear for a long time so again they'll all of that takes such a huge toll mentally physically.

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"cashman" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Each time to make the call kohl to the alleged on baseball tonight welcome to a special edition of baseball tonight's call to the legend series which celebrates some of the game's most noteworthy players contributors and personalities now buster only two thousand eighteen marks brian cashman's 20th anniversary serving as general manager the new york yankees i recently sat down with bryant yankee stadium to discuss his past two decades on the job the lessons learned while with the organization his most memorable transactions and more give a lesson frank ashman twenty years now is general manager the yankees and i want you is is someone now is twenty years in this job with the experience that comes with it as a fifty year old to look back to the 30yearold general manager brian cashman and assess him knowing which you know now oh naive you know uh neil back then you certainly uh uh not a finished product any means in naive to the fact that how neil how competitive and difficult and and you know the the corporate environment really is back then i would say you know you want to do everything in your power to be consensusbuilder and and everybody is going to have your your the company a interest in in in hand and in the uss carl i always looked at the some degree like a nights of the round on and if you're an important position whether it's a manager or department ahead in various operations along with the general manager you have an equal seat at the table on and you're all every decision is is guided by your yet.

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"cashman" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"He was guilty i'm like don't be guilty they gave him to me but when your car it's the people need tire sure source fault i will the yankees gave brian cashman a big thankyou gift for signing john carlos yet and they gave him a fiveyear extension worth reportedly twenty five million dollars while that's a pretty good while he makes 5 million a year or two you don't want you gotta give this guy credit this guy is overcome he's outs controversy he's had pressure i gotta tell you some in to last as long as he is last in new york with steinbrenner his passing his kids he had a personal controversy he had disappointing years you gotta give brian cashman is a i don't know him he is a survivor that that is up by what they just far the giants gia the the knicks have gone through a ton the rangers of made moves this is the number one team in the city and this guy's been running it for fifteen years i don't know him personally have interviewed him that guy is survived in new york deserve credit for that he did he got it kawhi leonard came back from his injury air yesterday is like injury made it in a season debut had thirteen points what i think though is really scary is he also released a video on his institute story which will have in its instagram but it's the story parts of like snapchat prince ramp but it's hindering karate and he is karate chopping looks like concrete or would with his bare hand i don't think that's a good idea for a hawaii to be using his hand to do that when he also needs his hand to play basketball you know i like kawhi leonard but it is sean age the nba is wont there's just a percentage of people who want so badly for their be to be a next the braun remember like a year ago we were like be is the next liberal it's like no he doesn't have that personality and eat another personality now he demanded her ability he's not he's not really a pastor of all he's a score on a defender but it's like everybody wants him to be the next lebrun he ate liberal he's a really good basketball player in a great basketball player in a great system but it's like folks.

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"cashman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Chris giancarlo stanton is gone and it to me men like i just had one of those pangs you know i'm not a sports fan but this is happened so many times to the city i love and i thought the new ballpark was going to stop that feeling i thought that was the whole idea of building them a tax payer park that the promise was you would not do this anymore and not only are they doing it this is the worst it's ever been done rogge it's not just that they're doing it they're doing it worse than everyone before them because they're not gonna have anybody plane on this team but jitters going to be making 5 million a year yep tutors make jitters paying himself campaigning what else but he's paint himself the money that cashman just signed four cashman just think about that for second think about that cashman just got to five million year tear cheater with zero experience i'm gonna pay myself that much by the owner the yankees at a fix cashman's contract right because of what peter did with his contract they had to get cashman share the same amount of money streeter who do you blame it's ridiculous that he's making 5 million a year but he's the owner and i have a feeling of gas from where the owner giving himself a contract he probably would have given himself 5 million a year a long time ago but you blame old more was ownership for what derek jeter's doing or is derek jeter and the new owners simply doing cleaning up a mess they had to clean up i will tell you who i blame i blame baseball if you don't have money don't be buying major league baseball teams if you can't afford to have payroll baseball shouldn't be able to give you a franchise in a way that bleep the community so much that there should have been a gift basket on south florida's law on sunday morning one of those famous jitter gift baskets of a couple of baseball and after screws year a chris how did you feel about it what i'll just made me sad relieves the sad weekend and it this is not the first time this has happened.

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"cashman" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

MLB At the Plate

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"cashman" Discussed on MLB At the Plate

"I think the yankees we've talked about a many times i think there are a year ahead of schedule i think the job that cashman brian cashman is done and joe girardi is one of the best jobs that they've ever done i didn't see this comment i didn't see this team go on a game 7 of the lcs i thought that they were they were they were good on the way to getting better but they play they play hard for joe and they play right and you're right they've got a lot of young talent you look at the core of this group which exception being being the starter and it's it's a young team and they've got a lot more talent coming and have legit come talent that is on the rise and going to be there another year or so i think the yankees a year from now are going to be one of the best seems and baseball they've got a lot got a lot to be proud of when you play and this time of year when you're playing into from fifty eight of october on those games are they are so uh the energy the pressure to situational hitting pitching making a pitch make it a playing field i think that they are that at experience you cannot replicate unless you get there you know i'm the cats are obvious these are after the catcher question you go with grand dow the you know the entire season and then barnes comes out there and just i mean you can't take them out of the lineup talk about how big he's been for the dodgers because i don't think people realize one how good of a defender he is and to how good of the offense of flare is as well you know it's it's a great point and you know i it's hard to push which a culture out uh when you get to one hundred twenty games and little she's is rare that somebody will take somebody's job especially when you have two young catches because grant dow's not that old.

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