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Overview

Kevin Cash

Date of birth
Dec 06, 1977

Ht: 6'0"Wt: 190 lbs.

Birthplace
Tampa, FL

College
Florida State University

Summary
250px|thumb|Cash playing for the Boston Red Sox on April 20, . Kevin Forrest Cash (born December 6, 1977 in Tampa, Florida) is a Major League Baseball catcher for the New York Yankees. Cash played for Northside Little League in Florida when they made it to the Little League World Series in 1989. He played a total of 101 games from to with the Toronto Blue Jays, and he joined the Devil Rays in ....
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Awards

World Series Champions
New York Yankees
2009
Boston Red Sox
2007

American League Champion
Boston Red Sox
2007

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Kevin Cash #14 of the Texas Rangers poses for a portrait during SKevin Cash #14 of the Texas Rangers poses for a portrait during Spring Training Media Day on February 25, 2011 at Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Arizona. (February 24, 2011 - Source: Jonathan...
by RAB88 May 28, 2012
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Updated athletic career information for Kevin Cash
Added Kevin Cash to the 2011 Round Rock Express team roster.
  • Set role to Catcher.
by RAB88 May 28, 2012
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FSU's Kevin Cash looks to make a play at first base on ASU's Rudy Arguelles.
by GoDevils95 May 27, 2012
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Hire of Bob McClure another example of influence of Allard Baird
By Brian MacPhersonEven before the Red Sox hired Bobby Valentine as manager, they'd hired Bob McClure as something of a rover -- part-time scout, part-time minor-league pitching instructor. When McClure was asked in a conference call Friday if he'd thought...
Providence Journal Red Sox Blog, Dec 24, 2011
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Inside the numbers: The Wakefield Effect
In response to today’s column looking inside some quirky numbers on the Red Sox, reader Graham raised an interesting question: How does catching Tim Wakefield affect a catcher’s offense? For most of Wakefield’s Red Sox tenure, the question was somewhat...
Boston Herald Red Sox Blog, Dec 17, 2011
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David Ortiz Will Give You The Runs
Wait... that's not, um, quite... uh... never mind. There are lots of ways to measure a player's offensive productivity. Some are more esoteric, some more complex, some simple and plain. But, no matter which one you pick, in 2011, David...
Over the Monster, Nov 04, 2011
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Appreciating Marco Scutaro
For seven years, the Red Sox have had a shortstop problem. Or at least that's the popular thinking these days. Ever since the departure of Nomar and his replacement Orlando Cabrera following the historic 2004 campaign, it's been a revolving...
Over the Monster, Sep 13, 2011
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Theo's Best Trades: Number Three
We've been counting down Theo Epstein's best trades in this space since this Monday. We covered the fifth best deal here and the fourth best here. Today, it's on to number three...   3. Chris Carter and Eddie Lora for Billy Wagner...
Over the Monster, Jun 15, 2011
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Red Sox Journal: You can't argue with Varitek's outcomes
Providence Journal, Apr 26, 2011
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Jason Varitek seeing more and more playing time
BALTIMORE -- Terry Francona made clear before the season that Jason Varitek would play more often than a typical backup catcher. He certainly wasn't going to see the once-a-week playing time backups Doug Mirabelli and Kevin Cash have seen in the past. But...
Providence Journal Red Sox Blog, Apr 26, 2011
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On Varitek, Saltalamacchia and the usefulness of catcher’s ERA
It is convenient to break down the Red Sox’ team ERA based on which catcher is behind the plate — 2.07 with Jason Varitek, 6.14 with Jarrod Saltalamacchia — and conclude that Varitek is far superior at handling pitchers. But it wouldn’t necessarily be...
Boston Herald Red Sox Blog, Apr 25, 2011
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YANKEES 9, RED SOX 4; With Power and Bullpen, Yanks Survive Shaky Start
BOSTON -- It took two hours to play the first four innings at Fenway Park on Saturday, and in the Yankees' bullpen, Dave Robertson could feel the game dragging. He sensed an opportunity. ''The quicker you can get a lineup out, get three outs and get back into...
The New York Times, Apr 10, 2011
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Red Sox Acquire Mike McKenry, Send Daniel Turpen To Rockies
Some minor league movement for the Sox today, as they traded reliever Daniel Turpen to the Colorado Rockies for catcher Mike McKenry. Joel Sherman had the news first, albeit in Twitter speak. McKenry, 26, will act as added catching depth...
Over the Monster, Mar 29, 2011
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Updated personal notes for Ron Cash
Edited the personal notes for Ron Cash.
by roheblius Mar 24, 2011
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Red Sox Claim Max Ramirez Off Waivers
More photos » Mike Fuentes - AP 6 months ago: Texas Ranger catcher Max Ramirez (51)...
Over the Monster, Jan 05, 2011
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Texas Rangers sign Kevin Cash, Doug Deeds, Esteban German to minor league contracts with invitations to major league spring training
The Texas Rangers have signed catcher Kevin Cash, outfielder Doug Deeds and infielder Esteban German to minor league contracts with invitations to major league spring training.
ESPN, Nov 20, 2010
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Injury Bug Biting Ivy League Teams
Following Harvard football this season has been a little bit like watching my beloved Red Sox in 2010. Things started off well enough, although there were some early bumps in the road. And then the sporting gods decided that the team had experienced enough...
The Harvard Crimson, Oct 14, 2010
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Cam vs. Kalish, Red Sox roster moves & managerial notes
Quick, who had the better season, Mike Cameron or Ryan Kalish? Bet you said Kalish, right? Well, in today’s Herald, we took stock of the Red Sox’ outfield situation, an endeavor that required a closer examination of the 11 players who formed the franchise...
Boston Herald Red Sox Blog, Oct 09, 2010
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Three minor moves for the Red Sox
The Red Sox today outrighted RHP Robert Manuel and catchers Dusty Brown and Kevin Cash to Triple A Pawtucket. This clears space on the 40-man roster. The Sox have 37 on the roster at the moment with Mike Cameron, Jacoby...
Boston.com Extra Bases Blog, Oct 09, 2010
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Cash, Brown, Manuel Taken Off Red Sox 40-Man Roster
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Submitted by beisbolct, Oct 08, 2010
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