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Yankees Hot Stove: Cano to Seattle is sad

The New York Yankees lost their best player today, as Robinson Cano is accepting a 10-year, $240 million deal to go play in Seattle for the Mariners. This is a sad day for everyone involved. The Yankees didn’t budge on their offer of $170 million for seven-years to keep Cano, which certainly show they cared […]

Yankees Hot Stove: 4 reasons proving Yankees aren’t big on Cano and his father agrees

The New York Yankees are trying to pull a fast one again about their desire to sign homegrown, All-Star Robinson Cano. As it was just reported that Robbie’s father, Jose Cano told the New York Daily News, “The Yankees don’t seem to want him.” Papa Cano’s comment came around the same time that news of […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Top 4 rumors to smackdown

Every offseason the rumors surrounding the possible targets of the New York Yankees are abundant. But following a demoralizing 2013 season, things on the hot stove are getting silly, as the team seems to be interested in everybody and anybody available except the legit superstars. Add that to the fact that inherited owner Hal Steinbrenner […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Waiting to be fixed

New York Yankees fans are chomping at the bit for some action to happen this off-season. The wound from Boston’s dagger is still fresh, and Yankees fans want what inherited owner Hal Steinbrenner promised, a “championship caliber team.” Of course Hal said this last year, and he has yet to rescind his “goal’ of keeping […]

Yankees Hot Stove: Cano’s contract could be a casualty of bad timing

The New York Yankees have a big problem. Well, actually the franchise has many but there is one dilemma this off-season that has Yankees Universe divided, and his name is Robinson Cano. The 31-year old, second baseman is without question the top free agent on the market right now, so logically you would presume that […]

Yankees: Granderson, Cano and Kuroda who should take the qualifying offer

The New York Yankees made a three qualifying offers this past week to Curtis Granderson, Robinson Cano and Hiroki Kuroda. This means each of their free agents were offered a one-year, $14.1 million deal for 2014 seasonbut it also guarantees if any of the three sign elsewhere the Yankees a receive a compensatory draft pick between the first […]