(Bobby Valentine on Twitter)Seemingly unfazed by the potential losses of free agents Robinson Cano — who later agreed to a 10-year, $240 million contract with the Seattle Mariners — and Curtis Granderson — who bolted from the Bronx to Queens to join the New York Mets— Yankees general manager Brian Cashman calmly answered questions while standing atop The Landmark Building, which is one of Stamford, CT’s tallest structures, on Friday morning.
"Everybody is replaceable. That's a team concept. Some people are harder to replace than others, no doubt about it,” Cashman said while standing 22 stories above ground.
"I don't think anybody would have the attitude that anybody is going to make or break your future, but you certainly can invest for good reason into players that can try to make your future brighter. That's what we're trying to do with Robbie, amongst others."Read More »from Brian Cashman’s busy Friday included preparation for rappel down 22-story building