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"There was no managerial stuff down here, and we did that for a reason," Cashman said.
"I didn't want it to interfere with connections with other clubs and the information gathering that we could provide.
The 20-year-old Torres appeared to be on the fast track to the Bronx before an ugly slide into home plate resulted in season-ending Tommy John surgery on his left (non-throwing) elbow in June.
Torres is expected to be fully recovered for Spring Training, and Cashman said that he believes Torres can give Chase Headley a run for the starting duties at third base. -- Last offseason, when it had become clear that Gary Sanchez represented the Yankees' future in shin guards, Brian Mc Cann gave general manager Brian Cashman a green light to gauge the marketplace by agreeing to waive his no-trade clause.
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"Maybe it's a handshake deal with no terms at this point, but we're working on it. -- Chris Woodward, the third-base coach of the National League-champion Dodgers, has surfaced as a candidate for the Yankees' managerial opening.
No interview has been scheduled with Woodward, 41, but a source told that Woodward is being considered for the position. NEW YORK -- Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner was presented with the overall Heart & Hustle Award Tuesday night at the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association's 18th annual Legends for Youth Dinner at Capitale in Manhattan."I was taught to play with a lot of passion, and to be recognized this way, voted on by fellow players, it means a lot to me," Gardner said. My dad taught me at an early age to play the game the right way.
Yankees right-hander Luis Severino finished third behind the Indians' Corey Kluber, who earned 28 of 30 first-place votes en route to being named as the American League's Cy Young Award winner on Wednesday.
Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale finished second, receiving the other two first-place votes from the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
My wife Jessica pushes me every day to be better on and off the field, to be active in the community and give back.