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Brian Cashman: no hard feelings toward Joe Torre

Sep 17, 2010, 9:00 PM EDT

ESPN New York’s Wallace Matthews caught up with Brian Cashman following the announcement that Joe Torre was stepping down. And guess what? Despite Torre’s book pissing off everyone on the Yankees, Everything is hunky dory:

General manager Brian Cashman said there are “no issues” between Joe
Torre and the team he led to four world championships but ultimately
spurned in a tell-all book. In fact, Cashman said that if Torre truly is
retired — Torre announced earlier Friday that he would not return to
manage the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2011 — he would be welcome at Yankee Stadium functions such as Old-Timer’s Day.

Man, the Yankees used to know how to hold a grudge. It took nearly 30 years, the tragic death of his daughter and an impassioned plea from his son to get the Yankees to finally welcome Jim Bouton back to Yankee Stadium for Old Timers Day after his tell-all book.  Torre gets an invite the second he retires.

Softies.

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