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06:10  12 june  2019
06:10  12 june  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said on WFAN radio Monday that he’s already started calling around, seeing what’s available. Cashman added, “Clearly the reinforcements you bring in are going to make a big difference in that endeavor. I’ve started the conversations to see what really might

Brian McGuire Cashman (born July 3, 1967) is an American baseball executive for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball.

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The Yankees are looking to upgrade their roster.

Brian Cashman has been discussing potential deals with other executives and New York will try to acquire an impact player before the July 31 trade deadline, the longtime general manager said during a recent interview with WFAN.

“It’s that time of season where you’re making phone calls and you’re engaging your opposition with both leagues,” Cashman said, via NJ.com. “You’re seeing what their needs are and what your interests are and if you match up.”

The Yankees have already been linked to Blue Jays starter Marcus Stroman and Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner, amongst others. They also reportedly attempted to land free agent Dallas Keuchel before he ultimately signed with the Braves earlier this month.

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Brian Cashman filled some important holes on his team, but he may not be done just yet. Now the Yankees can explore the market for Betances, if that's something they want to do. At the very least, the Yankees have assembled a farm system that allows themselves to be a significant trade player .

New York has made multiple big deals before the trade deadline in recent seasons, including in 2018, when it acquired Zack Britton from the Orioles and JA Happ from the Blue Jays.

“I just know to navigate (the market) the best you can,” Cashman said. “Make sure you bring something in that’s going to have a big impact on us. We were able to do that last summer. We need to do that again this summer. Obviously, the teams we have to go through to get to where we want to go, we’ve been knocked out by the eventual world champs the last two years."

The Yankees have been decimated by injuries so far this season. Ace Luis Severino has not pitched as he has been sidelined by a right shoulder and lat issue. Outfielders Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton are also on the injured list while Miguel Andujar will miss the rest of 2019 after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum.

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Yankees GM Brian Cashman stated the obvious again on Tuesday morning. Cashman also expressed pride in the Yankees having two players in the mix for AL Rookie of the Year, despite Cashman described the difference between his Yankees and the Red Sox as "a head scratcher," and

“The reinforcements you bring in are going to make a big difference,” Cashman said. “I’ve started the conversations to see what really might be available over time — if it’s available now, if it might shake out. Some teams are like, ‘I’m not sure if I’m buying or selling. It depends on how we look in the coming weeks or the next month.’ Some are undeclared. Some already know that destiny. I’m trying to get all that recon I can.”

The Yankees finished play Tuesday with a 41-25 record.

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The Yankees are not aiming low in the pitching market this year. New York has its eye on two All-Stars, a former Cy Young award candidate and a man who is likely to make his first All-Star team this season. The Yankees are targeting Giants postseason whiz Madison Bumgarner, Nationals righty and three-time Cy Young award winner Max Scherzer, Blue Jays ace Marcus Stroman — who finished seventh in the American League Cy Young voting in 2017 — and Tigers lefty Matthew Boyd, who should make his first All-Star team this year.

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