Showing posts with label Ca$h. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ca$h. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Cash Drops Some Knowledge

This is via Marc Craig of LoHud:

From Cashman, it sounds like Aceves will make at least one more rehab appearance.


Also from Cashman: Hughes IP limit applies only to regular season. In playoffs, it's "all hands on deck." Hughes a candidate to start.

Cashman also Ivan Nova as an option to help the rotation if needed.


Cashman says the Yankees aren't looking to make any waiver trades: "This is the team we've got."

If Nova is called up I am excited to see what this kid has, his value has been high in trade talks. 

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Joba to Start Season in Pen

Just saw on Sports Center that according to Brian Cashman Joba is going to start next season in the bullpen because he hasn't recorded enough innings this year. We will keep you posted.

Little Steins Want Ca$h Back

Both Steinbrenner bros, Hank the Tank and Hal, both agree that they want Brian Ca$hmen back as the Yankees GM. They all met in Tampa yesterday where no contract was offered but the Steinbrenners expressed their feelings that they want to bring the Ca$h back. Ca$h had this to say:
"We have gone through the frustration and disappointment," Cashman said. "Now the focus is on the small things. Try and pick up a game a week and get to Fenway Park and make that series meaningful."Is it too much, a game a week?" Cashman said. "It's not out of the realm of possibility. You can't do it in three or four days. Make up a game a week and get to Fenway Park with a chance. If (Boston) wants to make it easier, I'll take that."

Monday, July 21, 2008

Yankees after Burnett?

MLBTR is reporting that there is a slight chance that the Bombers are after the Blue Jay. Ca$h Money and J.P. do have trade history but they are both in the same division.

CBS Sports' Danny Konbler wrote:
"Blue Jays general manager J.P. Ricciardi told Toronto reporters that he now doesn't expect to trade A.J. Burnett. But Burnett's Friday night start at Tampa Bay attracted more than a dozen scouts, including two from the Yankees. Several of the scouts in attendance didn't stay for the rest of the weekend series, a clear indication that they were in town strictly to watch Burnett" 

There are signs that they are looking at him but no hard evidence. 

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Hal to wait on Ca$h

Hal Steinbrenner said on friday that There are no plans to sit down and talk with general manager Brian Cashman about his contract status. This completely contradicts Hal brother, Hank, who said earlier in the week that they were trying to iron out an extension with Cash Money but I guess Ca$h is gonna have to chill until the end of the season.