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Cashman decides to return to Yankees

Brian Cashman has decided to remain with the New York Yankees as general manager.

Confirming published reports, Cashman told a high-ranking executive of another major league club today that he’s staying with the Yankees. Cashman, according to one source, will be paid $2.2 million a year, making him the highest paid general manager in baseball. The deal is for at least three years.

Cashman has been the Yankees’ general manager for the last eight years.

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