Brian Cashman Looks Pretty Chill For A Guy Who Just Suffered A Compound Fracture
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Brian Cashman Looks Pretty Chill For A Guy Who Just Suffered A Compound Fracture So it turns out that Brian Cashman's skydiving mishap from earlier today probably didn't result in him suffering a compound fracture. Ouch, compound fracture, ouch! Now Cashman knows, approximately, how Joba Chamberlain felt after breaking his ankle while trampolining. "I heard a pop in my ankle," Cashman said according to the New York Daily News, which had a reporter with Cashman at the event. That one didn't go quite as well, and Cashman told reporters that he felt a pop in his ankle upon landing. Cashman made the jump to help raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project and wound up joining the ranks of the wounded when his foot caught in the ground upon landing the tandem jump with Col. Mark Rado. The 45-year-old, who has been the team's GM since February 1998, also has rappelled down a 350-foot, 22-story building in Stamford, Conn., in an elf's costume the past two Decembers as part of the town's "Heights and Lights" celebration. All rights reserved.TAMPA, Fla. The injury bug has hit the New York Yankees again, only this time it wasn't a player who got hurt and the mishap occurred away from the playing field.
Yankees GM Brian Cashman suffers broken leg and dislocated ankle during sky-diving stunt with Army's Golden Knights
Yankee GM Brian Cashman broke his right fibula and dislocated his right ankle on his second parachute jump Monday with the Golden Knights of the U.S. Army and underwent successful surgery Monday with Dr. Dominic Carreira at the Broward Health Medical Ce…