Tracking the Cash: Yankees at the Deadline

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Tracking the Cash: Yankees at the Deadline

Brian Cashman was a lowly intern when he joined the Yankees organization in 1986, but he proved skillful at climbing the most slippery corporate ladder in professional sports.

Cashman was named general manager of the club in 1998, and under his watch the Yankees have captured five American League pennants and three World Series titles.

The 42-year-old New York native has been something of a lightning rod in his time as GM. Supporters say he's a smart, hard-working executive that has earned the respect of colleagues around the game. His detractors believe Cashman was simply along for the ride during the championship run, is a poor talent evaluator, and is directly responsible for the team's title drought this decade.

Whatever your opinion of Cashman, the man has staying power. And with the trade deadline upon us, we're going to take a look at the Yankees' July trading activity under Cash.

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