Brian Cashman was released from the hospital Tuesday after undergoing surgery the previous night following his skydiving accident. The Yankees GM was driven from South Florida in time to arrive before the end of the Yanks’ 2-0 evening loss to the Braves at George Steinbrenner Field.

“Everybody’s first assessing ‘Hey man, are you all right? And the (razzing) is going to follow. I know that,” Cashman said with his leg propped on a chair in Joe Girardi’s office. “I feel surprisingly good.

“I knew I broke it immediately, but I still don’t have any pain and I’m thankful for that.”

Cashman added to the Yankees’ laundry list of injuries over the past year, suffering a broken right fibula and a dislocated ankle skydiving with the Golden Knights of the U.S. Army to raise awareness in for the Wounded Warrior project.

He underwent surgery Monday with Dr. Dominic Carreira at the Broward Health Medical Center after suffering his injuries on his second tandem jump earlier that day at the Homestead Air Force Base. It was the latest of several stunts he has performed in recent years to raise awareness for different causes. In past winters, Cashman also has rappelled down a 22-story building in Stamford, Conn., for charity.

“It’s crazy. I mean, I guess it’s not funny because he got hurt. But he likes to do stuff like that,” CC Sabathia said. “Scaling up walls, and jumping out of planes. That’s him.”