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Just a couple weeks ago Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner announced that the Yankees were prepared to make a “significant offer” to impending free agent second baseman Robinson Cano. However, apparently the team has already done just that. Clearing up some confusing as to whether the team was planning to offer Cano an extension or had already done so, general manager Brian Cashman spoke on the issue Thursday after a radio interview, according to ESPN. “We’ve made a significant offer. That’s what I thought Hal said to everybody,” Cashman said. “I’m not going to comment anymore. I thought Hal announced that we made a significant offer. And we’ve had a few conversations. I thought I was restating Hal’s stuff. If I said a little more, that’s all I’m saying.” Playing this season under a one-year, $15 million option, Cano is said to be seeking a deal along the lines of Albert Pujols and Joey Votto‘s 10-year contracts. Likewise, his agent, Scott Boras, prefers that his clients determine thei
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The New York Yankees 2013 is already off to a rocky start with injuries and scandal already stomping on most of the optimism that they could afford to lose.
Now as the Yanks try to weave their way into the longterm future of the best player Robinson Cano, they could be on the verge of a misfire in terms of how they are handling his contract negotiation.
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Yesterday, General Manager Brian Cashman revealed that the team has made a “significant” offer to all star second baseman Robinson Cano. Going against team policy in offering contracts during a season, the Yankees are making it well-known that they want Cano to remain in pinstripes well beyond the 2013 season.
Cashman declined to comment on the...
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In an attempt to keep one of if not thee best second basemen in the Bronx for many years to come the New York Yankees are reportedly making a significant offer to Robinson Cano. This is according to to Bryan Hoch of MLB.com. Now on Yankees.com: Cashman: Yanks make ‘significant offer’ to Cano atmlb.com/13r5Yh2 — Bryan [...]
Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano says his contract status is on his mind, though not a distraction.
Cano is due $15 million in the final season of what became a $57 million, six-year deal and is eligible for free agency after the World Series.
A day after Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said the team had made a significant offer during the offseason to Cano's agent...
And so the Robinson Cano contract talks begin and, if you ask the second baseman himself, the issue is completely out of his head — except when he's thinking about it.
"I just want to focus on baseball," explained Cano in his own sort of player-speak. "I’m not going to let anything get in my head or distract me or the team, because I don’t want to be like...
The Yankees have a long standing policy against negotiating contract extensions for players under contract, preferring instead to wait until the player reaches free agency to hash out a new deal. They even held that line with Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera, two of the iconic players in franchise history, so it hasn’t just been selectively applied here and there. So, it was pretty...
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One thing I can promise about Kansas City and baseball…their fans hate Robinson Cano. You may remember last year when fans felt like the roundish Billy Butler should have been in the home run derby even though he is more likely to win the doubles derby. Well the fans let him know they were displeased. I don’t know if that has anything to do with how the Royals will do...