Yankees GM Hurt Skydiving

You can add another member of the New York Yankees to the "Walking Wounded" list.

Team general manager went skydiving Monday with the U.S. Army Golden Knights to raise money for charity, when, well, this happened.

According to the New York Daily News, bystanders said Cashman's ankle appeared to broken.  Another onlooker said the bone "was sticking out of his leg". 


The skydive was the GM's first, but Cashman is no stranger to performing stunts for charity. Late last year, he rappelled down a 22-story building in Stamford, Connecticut to raise money.

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