TAMPA — After nearly getting to the World Series in 2017, Brian Cashman is hoping the Yankees get over the hump in 2018.
“The need-another-ring is the goal,” Cashman told reporters on Monday. “I need another ring. I’ve got rings but there’s other guys in there who don’t have rings. Some have rings somewhere else. They want a Yankee ring. I think having a ring with an ‘NY’ on it means more than any of the other ones out there in my opinion. So, ultimately I think collectively we’re going to try to find a way to get that done.”
Cashman has fortified the roster by adding NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton in a blockbuster offseason trade with the Marlins.
The GM has also been trying to upgrade his team’s starting pitching and move Jacoby Ellsbury, though has been unable to do so.
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