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One last day begins in Milwaukee

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Nov 17, 2011 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Unless he’s able to catch an earlier flight, Brian Cashman is planning to fly out of Milwaukee at 1:10 this afternoon. The airport isn’t far away, so he won’t have to leave too early. That gives him an entire morning to start and finish a few conversations.

“I will try to take advantage of while I’m here,” Cashman said yesterday. “It just seems like there’s such a limited time frame to do something, not even to complete something, but just to do something.”

Cashman’s had a few conversations during these GM Meetings, and he might be able to squeeze in a few more. For now, he says, he’s just getting a feel for the market and waiting for prices to come down.

Compared to the Winter Meetings, the GM Meetings are always slow, and there’s been very little news coming out of the Pfister Hotel this week. Only a few more hours to change that before everyone scatters to their various corners of the country and waits to reconvene in Dallas next month.




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