5 Moves Brian Cashman Must Make to Salvage His Reputation with the Yankees

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5 Moves Brian Cashman Must Make to Salvage His Reputation with the Yankees
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On Sunday night, the 2012 Major League Baseball season officially ended with the Giants winning the World Series.

With the baseball year now over, the New York Yankees can concentrate on 2013.

As fans, we will all make our wish lists and slide shows of players the Bombers need to get or we would like to see in pinstripes.

Ultimately, in the end, it is up to one person who the Yankees bring in, Brian Cashman.

The Yankees GM is the architect of the squad and over recent time, he's made a lot of moves that have both been good and bad.

Over the next few years, Cashman has to figure out a way to build a Yankees team that while wins, fits into owner Hal Steinbrenner's 2014 plan of getting the payroll down to $189 million.

In the past, some people have referred to Cashman as the "checkbook GM," although he has attempted to shed that label and image in recent time.

What moves can Cashman make this off-season that can help salvage his reputation as a top executive in the sport?

Click through to find out.

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