• Mariners offer Robinson Cano $230 million-$240 million — report

    Summary of 30 articles · Updated Dec 8, 2013
    • Robinson Cano dons Mariners cap and sports a beard in Dominican Republic

      The Seattle Mariners gave Robinson Cano 240 million good reasons, in writing, to leave the New York Yankees on Friday. But there may have been a couple more factors that flew under the radar during the negotiation process aside from his reported desire …
      Source: yahoo.com
    • The $240 million question: Is Seattle best for Jay Z client Robinson Cano?

      Robinson Cano now gets the money Jay Z and the band promised him, gets $240 million from the Mariners, gets the third-biggest contract in baseball history, gets 10 years from the Mariners at the age of 31, and once again shows you that Jerry Reinsdorf o…
    • Sources: Cano agrees to deal with Mariners

      Looking for an impact player to help bolster their offense, the Mariners landed a whopper on Friday when five-time All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano agreed to a 10-year, $240 million deal, according to multiple sources. The Mariners said they were n…
    • Robinson Cano in Seattle gives us the pair we’ve been waiting for — Jay Z and Jack Z

      Robinson Cano is going to be a Seattle Mariner. His agent, Jay Z, scored Cano a $240 million contract, quite a showing for the rap mogul turned sports agent. Most certainly, Jay Z has gotten to know Jack Z — as in Jack Zduriencik, the general manager of…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Should Robinson Cano be allowed to wear Ken Griffey Jr.’s No. 24 in Seattle? No way

      Robinson Cano agreed to a monster 10-year, $240 million contract with the Seattle Mariners on Friday, a move that will have him drinking Starbucks and staring at the Space Needle until, theoretically, he's 41. Here's a question: What number will he wear…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Robinson Cano Gets $240 Million From Mariners, Surprises Everyone

      Well, that wasn't supposed to happen. After just about every baseball writer working had written off the Seattle Mariners' chances of landing Robinson Cano, news broke this morning that the Mariners had scooped up the prize of the 2013 free agent class …
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Source: Cano, M's agree on $240M deal

      Robinson Cano and the Seattle Mariners have agreed to sign a 10-year, $240 million contract, a source told ESPNdeportes.com on Friday.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Yanks continue pursuing Cano as reports swirl

      As Robinson Cano winged it to the West Coast to talk with the Mariners, Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner said that his club has not quit on the idea of retaining the All-Star second baseman.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Report: Cano-Mariners talks break down

      Robinson Cano's talks with the Mariners broke down Thursday when his agent, Jay-Z, raised the free agent's price during a meeting in Seattle, the New York Daily News reported early Friday.
      Source: MLB.com
  • Yankees' spending reminiscent of 2009 offseason  

    We know the Yankees are more eager than usual to spend now that Robinson Cano is in Seattle; they didn’t even wait a day to spend $45 million more on Carlos Beltran to help fill the hole in the lineup left by Cano. So even though they didn’t go to $200 …
  • Analysis: No Cano, but Spree of Signings for Yankees

    Despite (or because of) losing Robinson Cano, the Yankees, disappointed after an idle October, have spent lavishly on free agents to retool, as in 2008.
    Source: nytimes.com
    • Robinson Cano ‘didn’t want to play for’ Yankees manager Joe Girardi

      Being handed a contract for $240 million is reason enough for Robinson Cano to trade his pinstripes for a compass and play for the Seattle Mariners. But he also reportedly didn't like how he was being utilized by New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, an…
      Sources: yahoo.com MLB.com
    • Yankees may have never really wanted Robinson Cano back on team

      In the end, the Yankees were smart not to match 10 years and $240 million for Robinson Cano, but they drew a harder line than that, even while spending wildly on Jacoby Ellsbury and now landing Carlos Beltran through age 39.
    • Cano's departure gives Yanks financial flexibility

      Robinson Cano reportedly agreed to a 10-year, $240 million contract with the Mariners on Friday, a departure that officially flipped the script of the Yankees' winter.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Yankees spending spree only makes sense if it includes re-signing Robinson Cano

      For the first time in years the Yankees brought the Big Press Conference back to the Bronx, complete with all the trimmings on Thursday as they introduced Brian McCann and continued to announce their intention to immediately spend their way back into th…
  • On Baseball: Cano Renews a Rivalry Across a Great Divide

    Even before Robinson Cano, the paths of the Yankees and Mariners have been oddly intertwined despite their geographical, and competitive, differences.
    Source: nytimes.com

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Mariners offer Robinson Cano $230 million-$240 million — report
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Source: Cano, M's agree on $240M deal
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