Brian Cashman
Brian Cashman is at it again. What did he have for us this time. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Brian Cashman is all over the map. Cashman doesn’t know who he is. Cashman doesn’t know who the Yankees are. I keep begging him to stop talking for his own sake but he keeps feeding us more. The Yankees have gone from overpowered villain to the little boy who could. It truly is sad.

Cashman’s latest episode made sure to remind us that the Yankees aren’t the equivalent of St. Louis Cardinals:

“I think we’re always open-minded to being big or small players,” Cashman said via MLB.com. “I don’t think it really matters what we wind up doing, as long as we do well enough that we become the best team in baseball. We’re capable of being big-game hunters. We’ve reset our luxury tax.

“Hal Steinbrenner and the Steinbrenner family have always been massively supportive of this franchise for the fans. We’re capable. We’ll see if we execute on that level, if this is the winter that we choose to do that, or if we go a different direction. Everything we try to do is in the best interests of the franchise, present and future.”

This contradicts what Cashman said earlier this offseason when he claimed that he wanted to remain under the luxury tax. So which one is it? My guess is that he is starting to feel the heat from the media and fans. It’s a dark time to be a Yankees fan. If the Yankees don’t win the World Series in 2019, it will be the first decade in the history of the franchise they fail to win one. I would just hate to see that.

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Everyone and their mother knows that Cashman keeps flirting with Manny Machado. He’s perfect for the Yankees. Total scumbag. He won’t have to shave either because he already has a peach fuzz face. I’m glad that Cashman had to remind us that the wealthiest franchise in the sport has the ability to spend money. I was starting to forget.