Executives who know both Brian Cashman and Oakland VP of baseball operations Billy Beane well describe them as executives who will not blink at the deadline if the Sonny Gray negotiations do not follow their preferred path. “I don’t think this is like when George [Steinbrenner] was in charge,” one AL official said. “I think...
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