Yankees re-sign GM Cashman to 3-year deal

The New York Yankees on Friday re-signed Brian Cashman to a three-year contract to serve as senior vice president and general manager.

Cashman, 47, has served in his current role since Feb. 3, 1998. In all, his clubs have earned a postseason berth in 14 of his 17 seasons as general manager and claimed 12 Division titles, six American League championships and four World Series titles.

Cashman has the third-longest tenure among current general managers in baseball behind San Francisco’s Brian Sabean and Oakland’s Billy Beane.

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