By any standard, Brian Cashman's career with the New York Yankees could be called a success, but over the course of his reign, there have been some less-than-successful signings and ill-advised trades.
Since he became general manager in 1998, the team has won four World Series championships and six American League pennants. Along the way he acquired several players that helped the team win those titles.
But, for even the best general managers, there always seems to be one step back for every two steps forward in trying to put together the talent it takes to win.
This article will take a look at ten personnel decisions that Cashman probably wishes he could have back.