There could be some changes coming to the New York Yankees following the 2014 season, especially if the team fails to make the playoffs for the second straight season and for the third time since 2008.
While Joe Girardi is likely safe as manager because of signing a four-year deal at the end of last season, general manager Brian Cashman's job might not be as safe as it once was in the past. Cashman's contract with the Yankees is set to expire at the end of the season and it's no guarantee that Cashman returns as the Yankees GM.
On Wednesday, Ken Davidoff of the New York Post spoke to Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner and told him that he won't commit to bringing Cashman back as the team's GM for 2015 and beyond.
“We’re so busy right now, trying to figure out who’s going to be playing in any given game, much less that,” Steinbrenner said. “We’ll be talking about that soon enough. But you know me. We’ve got enough things to worry about during the season. That’s where our focus needs to be Let me get to October — hopefully the end of October, beginning of November — and we’ll go from there.”
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