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“It’s easy from my chair to say, ‘Let me throw something overboard to just satisfy the masses.’ It’s harder to actually stick with what you’ve got because you believe in it,” he said. “These people care. They’re working their ass off. They’re really good at what they do. We’re not getting the results. I’m the head of baseball operations. That’s more on me than them.”
The Yankees broke a four-game skid Tuesday, one that included a three-game sweep by the Boston Red Sox and Monday night’s loss to the Angels. The 41-38 Yankees are in fourth place in the American League East, 7 1/2 games behind the first-place Red Sox. Cashman said the team could be a seller rather than a buyer at the trade deadline if its performance fails to turn around.
Owner Hal Steinbrenner has not been happy with the team’s struggles so far this year, Cashman said. The Yankees currently boast the second-largest payroll in the sport at $142,556,795 behind the top-spending Los Angeles Dodgers at $215,958,616.
“Everybody is frustrated by this,” Cashman said. “Anybody who cares about this franchise, no one cares bigger than the owner because they’ve invested in it. It’s a legacy, and he’s not getting what he deserves and what he paid for. So he’s frustrated as well.”
”It was nice to see him up there with nobody on base and down six,” Boone said. ”I prefer it that way.”
After months of mysteriously punchless play, New York’s star-studded lineup surged at the right time to thwart a big night from baseball’s top slugger.
Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez powered a long-awaited onslaught, helping the Yankees overcome two more home runs by big league leader Ohtani to beat Los Angeles 11-5. Judge and Sanchez each homered as New York set a season high for runs hours after Yankees general manager Brian Cashman declared his fourth-place club ”as bad as we can be” amid a four-game slide.
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The Yankees hadn’t scored at least 10 runs since April 30, and this was just their second time in double digits. They remain 7 1/2 games back of the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox, but there’s at least some optimism following the kind of Bronx beating that has been so hard to come by this year.
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