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Topic - Keith Hernandez
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.
"He was a man of integrity and honestly, and that was most important. He told you the truth," Hernandez said.
"I've got to think if he gets one more world championship he'll be under serious consideration for the Hall of Fame," said former Mets first baseman Keith Hernandez.