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Topic - Frank Cashen
Cashen was a longtime sports writer in his Baltimore hometown before joining the Orioles and eventually becoming their GM. The Orioles won two titles while Cashen worked for them, but it was in New York where he put his stamp on a franchise.
Dwight Gooden and Darryl Strawberry have always been linked, for their key roles in leading the New York Mets to the 1986 World Series title and their colorful exploits off the field that made them lightning rods in baseball.
Lee Mazzilli had it before and Frank went to bat for me and said, 'If that's the number Doc wants, let him have it.'"
"No one had a more diverse career than Frank. He was also a lawyer, sports writer and marketing executive. His accomplishments will always be an integral part of our team history," he said.