• Mariners make waves on Day 3 of Meetings

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Dec 13, 2013
    Cano and the Mariners agreed on the deal late last week. Cano will be formally introduced by the Mariners at 3 p.m PT news conference. After luring five-time All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano, the biggest star in the free-agent pool, with a blockbuster $240 million contract a week earlier, the Mariners made some smaller splashes by adding two-time All-Star Corey Hart and the intriguing potential of Logan Morrison on Wednesday. In the biggest signing of the day, the Mets swooped in and agreed to terms with the burly 40-year-old veteran right-hander to a two-year, $20 million contract, bolstering their pitching staff and rewarding Colon for a monster 2013 season in which he won 18 games for the A's, pitched to a 2.65 ERA, and finished sixth in the American League Cy Young Award voting.
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    • Cano signing raises bar in Seattle

      General manager Jack Zduriencik has tried for a few offseasons now to add a star player, and he officially accomplished that on Thursday when the Mariners introduced Robinson Cano, the top free agent on the market who instantly raises Seattle's profile.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Mariners introduce prized addition Cano

      The Mariners introduced prized free-agent acquisition Robinson Cano during a news conference at Safeco Field on Thursday.
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    • Cano thanks N.Y., finalizes big Mariners deal

      Robinson Cano seemed to be next in line as the player to wear pinstripes for his entire career, all set to follow the path laid before him by mentors named Jeter, Posada and Rivera.
  • Robinson Cano to Mariners may hurt Yankees on field, but it won't in the ratings

    While Robinson Cano and Jay Z were dialing for dollars, pinstriped suits, making their case as to why the price was too high, made sure to let the free world know the second baseman wasn’t the kind of star who could move the ratings needle on their Yank…
  • Mariners return to Seattle reloaded for 2014

    General manager Jack Zduriencik's shopping list this winter has grown considerably shorter after some interesting maneuvering both before and during the Winter Meetings, with Seattle's offense adding significant thump through free agency and a trade.
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