The New York Yankees pitching was built around its dominant bullpen. The architect of the roster, GM Brian Cashman, spent more than $150 million assembling it. But when the team called on the pen the most, they got little relief. During the season, fans clamored for another starting pitcher to solidify the rotation, but Cashman traded for DH Edwin Encarnación instead. After failing to reach the World Series, Sports Illustrated’s Ryan Asselta sits down with SI senior editor Albert Chen to discuss how much blame falls on Brian Cashman’s shoulders.