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Aug. 24, 2015
Aug. 24, 2015

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Aug. 24, 2015

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JOHN URSCHEL
BRIAN CASHMAN
  • Since being promoted at 30, the Yankees' GM has thrived for nearly two decades in the cauldron of the Bronx. Whether or not he earns a fifth ring this fall, he's already one of the most iconic—and most fearless—figures in franchise history

  • BY SHUNNING BIG TRADES THAT WOULD COST TOP PROSPECTS, CASHMAN HOPES TO GET BACK TO WHERE HE STARTED

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HOT: Eric Berry

This is an article from the Aug. 24, 2015 issue

The week T-Wolves coach Flip Saunders and Red Sox manager John Farrell announced they have lymphoma, the Chiefs safety returned after beating the disease.

NOT: Washington Generals

They were dumped by the Globetrotters. After 63 years of not playing defense, now they're expected to go away without taking offense.

THEY SAID IT

"I'm just glad it's over with, because I had to pee since the fifth inning."

Lloyd McClendon

Mariners manager, who was reluctant to change anything during Hisashi Iwakuma's no-hit, 3--0 win against the Orioles on Aug. 12.

PHOTOLM OTERO/AP (MCCLENDON)PHOTOJESSICA STEWART/THE ST. JOSEPH NEWS-PRESS/AP (BERRY)PHOTO