It has been one and a half since Yankees were bounced from playoffs and General Manager Brian Cashman is still not over it.
Not even close.
He is still frustrated and depressed will admit that his club was not as good as he thought.
Yanks won 100 matches in the regular season, but Red Sox took the division with an MLB best 108 and then won its best of five divisions showdown in four.
And so, Yankees are forced to wait another year to add their record 27 World Series titles, and for them it feels much longer than a decade ago the last of 2009.  “I thought I went into the late season we are looking at at the right time, “Cashman said Wednesday during an interview with WFAN. “So we hit Oakland and did what we did (in Wild Card Game), and I was like,” Here we go. “Then we even came out of Fenway where we won back home field (in ALDS), we went back to the Yankee Stadium after splitting in (Boston). It was huge.
” But it just did not work out as we wanted the. … At the end of the day you are left with an empty feeling because you had a team that we felt was capable and it proved to be invaluable for any reason.
“We need to study the reasons for it and continue to attack the areas to the best of our abilities with the available trade, free agent market and funds, and then see where it takes us.”