Postseason failure doesn't sit well in Bronx

With an early exit from the playoffs, are major changes in store for the Yankees? Bob Klapisch examines the situation.

Originally Published: October 11, 2005
By Bob Klapisch | Special to ESPN.com

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Head bowed, eyes moistened, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman was deep into a private conversation with Bernie Williams Monday night in what could've been a farewell moment for two members of the organization likely to be elsewhere in 2006.

Cashman had been crying, or was close to it, after a Game 5 loss to the Angels in the AL Division Series. Williams seemed almost as emotional as the Yankees packed for a long flight home, straight into the arms of a another chilly ...

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