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Robinson Cano signs with the Mariners for $240 million

The former Yankees second baseman shocked the baseball world by signing a 10-year contract with the Mariners worth a reported $240 million.

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Yankees brass react to Cano's 'respect' quote

Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner, President Randy Levine and GM Brian Cashman respond to Robinson Cano's Rodney Dangerfield bit.

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J.Z. and Jay Z in Seattle

Behind the scenes at Robinson Cano's introductory press conference on Thursday in Seattle, Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik had a photo opportunity with Cano's agent, Jay Z.

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Alleged turmoil in Mariners front office

A report in the Seattle Times portrays disarray in the front office of the Mariners, losers of 451 games in five seasons under general manager Jack Zduriencik.

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Cano signing a win for the Mariners... For now

The history of second basemen is that they fall off hard after age 30, but the Mariners are paying for Cano's future to get his present. The question is, was it enough?

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Robinson Cano's run for the money

A huge deal has the potential to bring the Mariners great rewards and the Yankees great regrets, but the opposite could be true as well.

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Cano joins exclusive $200 million club

The second baseman joined an elite group with his $240 million contract with the Mariners, inking one of the largest pacts in MLB history.

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Mariners net Cano for $240 million

Watch out, folks. Here come the big spendin' M's.

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Mariners break off talks with Cano

It still feels weird to type, but yes, this is a thing that happened in baseball.

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Cano, M's discussing potential $200M deal

The former Yankees second baseman and the Mariners are reportedly discussing a contract that could surpass $200 million.

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M's may prefer Choo and Morales to Cano

The Mariners aren't against spending buckets of money this offseason, but they may prefer quantity over quality.

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M's targeting Cano

The M's could be willing to offer Cano the years and money the Yankees won't. This offseason is officially bananas.

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Yankees offering Robinson Cano 7 years, $160M

The free agent second baseman is said to be seeking $250-260 million on the open market.

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Robinson Cano free agency: He's right to overreach

Cano and his representatives have set a high salary bar to get his signature on a contract, but while he may ultimately be thwarted in his quest for $300 million, he's right to try and get it.

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Cano's agent Jay-Z met with Mets officials

Agent Jay-Z had dinner with the Mets GM, assistant GM and COO to discuss his client's free agency.

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