When Oakland’s Billy Beane and San Francisco’s Brian Sabean moved on to more senior, advisory positions in the past few years, Brian Cashman became the longest-tenured executive running day-to-day baseball operations for one team. And it isn’t really close. Cashman became the Yankees’ general manager in 1998 and the next on the list is Texas’...
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