Yankees give Cashman another four years, turn fans delusional

Brian Cashman is taking over the general manager from Bob Watson in 1998.
New York Daily News
John Allen
Tuesday December 6, 2022

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The first thing the New York Yankees did at the MLB Winter Meetings was to give general manager Brian Cashman a new four-year contract. With his new contract, Cashman will remain the general manager and senior vice president of the franchise until the 2026 season. Since 1998, Cashman has been the general manager of the Yankees.

The 2023 MLB season will be Brian Cashman’s 38th year with the New York Yankees. He has been the general manager of the team for 26 years. He is 55 years old and has led his team to the postseason in 21 of his 25 seasons. Cashman’s team has won 14 American League East titles, six AL pennants, and four World Series. He has been the general manager of the team for longer than anyone else in the history of the Major League Baseball.

Even though he got off to a great start with the Yankees and has been mostly successful overall, the fact that they haven’t won a World Series since 2009 has made even the most loyal sports fans impatient. In 22 of Cashman’s 26 seasons as general manager, the Yankees have made the playoffs, but they haven’t won the World Series in over 13 years. In his first three years as general manager, the team won the World Series each year, but that level of success has not even come close to being matched.

But fans weren’t happy about the change, and many of them took to Twitter to talk about how they felt about the decision.

How do you see the Yankees giving Cashman four more years? Leave your comment below.

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