Nicole's Yankees Blog

Monday, October 31, 2005

Additional Information

Here is a picture of the past/present/future Yankees GM Brian Cashman at his press conference on Thursday announcing his three year extension.

Also, in terms of my web poll, no one was correct! I supposse that is my fault though, because I did not even put the White Sox as an option. I guess that is how unpredictable the World Series, and sports for that matter, cand be! Look for a new poll soon to vote on!


  • Brian Cashman is the backbone of the New York Yankees' being where they are today. He has been involved in so many transactions, especially acquiring star players and coaches that New York would not be the same team without him. He is the king of his position throughout baseball; no other GM is even close to Cashman's caliber.
    I really am surprised that a mid-market team like Chicago or Oakland didn't try to pick him up by offering him big bucks to come to their organization. Either one of these teams would reap huge benefits by having him work for them. So the Yanks have him locked in for 3 more years and should be a contender each of the next 3 years.

    By Blogger k_ricker06, at 5:34 PM  

  • Thanks for updating us on the fact that Cashman just signed a new three year deal. It said in your blog that Cashman was a minor league intern that worked his way up to become General Manager. I know that you also worked for the Yankees minor league team the Trenton Thunder and was wondering if you have aspirations like Cashman to one day become the general manager too. If you ever get to that position think of me for some World Series Tix.

    All along I thought the White Sox would win the world series. They played very consistent games of great baseball for most of the season. It wasn't until the last month or so of their season that they began to faulter a little. I think, aside from the Yankees, they were the team that deserved to win the world series the most. I also think it is great that they finally won since they hadn't won since 1917 (one year before the Red Sox last world series...until last year). I'm glad they finally brought back a championship to the city of Chicago.

    By Blogger M. Fox, at 7:58 PM  

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