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ESPN is reporting that the New York Yankees contract with general manager Brian Cashman has been extended with the signing of a new three-year contract.

Terms of the deal were not announced, but Cashman's previous three-year contract was believed to pay him approximately $3 million a year.

Cashman, 47, was promoted to GM to replace Bob Watson in February 1998. His 16-year tenure is longer than any Yankees GM other than Ed Barrow, who served in the role for 25 years. Cashman has been in his job longer than every GM in baseball except San Francisco's Brian Sabean and Oakland's Billy Beane.
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