If you have been reading my recent works, you know that I have a very strong opinion about Brian Cashman.
Well, if you don't know, I think that he is mediocre at best and think he should be fired. But in this article, I look at everything he's done, which includes the good moves that he's made. And in looking at all Yankee transactions since he took over in February of 1998, I found a surprising amount of moves that I was impressed with.
However, there were of course many big mistakes that were made, and I will list those as well. Unlike my previous article about the best and worst trades, I will not put the number of entries to a limit and I will not rank them, because it seems that creates more ruckus, and it makes it look like I don't know what I am talking about.
Cashman has made many controversial moves, but I will list only the best and worst. If I feel there is a trade that isn't a great trade, or a terrible trade, it simply won't go on the list. I will also create a section for interesting things that I have found while making this list (when you get there, you will see what it is, and you might actually find it interesting).
Anyways, this article is about going throughout the career of Brian Cashman, and seeing what he did well (yes, I know he has made some good moves), and what he didn't (obviously a lot more of these than good moves).
Though I do have my strong opinions about Cashman, this is a completely non-biased article, and I will analyze the trades as if I am a fan of another team, having no stance on Cashman.
Now, buckle your seat belts, as I'm going to take you throughout the career of Brian Cashman.