Is it just me, or, is Cashman being too quiet this past week?
At some point, yesterday, or today, should he not come out of hiding with a statement saying that the current state of the Yankees is unacceptable? Don’t you want to hear that from the man in charge of a team with a payroll near $200 million and a sub-.500 record at this point in the season? Or, on the other hand, should he at least come out and say that he’s confident that the team will turn this around?
Bottom line, should he not be saying something at this point? Isn’t that what leadership and accountability are all about – standing up in front of everyone when things are not going so well and being willing to talk about it?
Eh, maybe it’s just me?