• Yanks close to deal with versatile Johnson

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Dec 4, 2013
    Yanks officials have said all along that they want to retain Cano, but not at any price. After their injury plagued 2013 season, the Yankees have made becoming more versatile an offseason priority. The Yanks are back to their spending ways, having committed $238 million to secure Jacoby Ellsbury and Brian McCann, making Ellsbury the game's third-highest-paid outfielder and giving McCann the most lucrative contract ever for a free-agent catcher. With Robinson Cano's future with the New York Yankees in limb...
    Source: MLB.com
    • Yanks have enough $$$ left to pay Cano?

      The Yankees have spent a lot of money already this offseason. Can Robinson Cano still fit in their payroll plan?
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Can Cano fit into Yankees' salary picture?

      No one has doubted that Robinson Cano will be paid handsomely, one way or another, but the team name in the upper left-hand corner of those future paychecks suddenly appears much blurrier.
      Sources: MLB.com ESPN.com
    • Insurance? Yanks, 2B Johnson close to deal

      With Robinson Cano's future with the New York Yankees in limbo, the team is close to a deal with Kelly Johnson as an insurance policy at second base, a source confirmed Wednesday.
      Source: ESPN.com

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