You might have skipped over it, with all the fuss this week over the Seahawks-Saints and Steve Sarkisian's exit, but the Mariners are going after Robinson Cano — “guns-a-blazing” in the words of one New York newspaper.
Second baseman Robinson Cano cashed in with the Mariners, signing the sixth-largest contract in baseball history, at 10 years, $240 million.
Robinson Cano has signed with the Seattle Mariners for 10 years and $240 million. Everyone got what they wanted, or maybe it's just almost everyone: Jay Z got the big free-agent contract to mount over his mantelpiece, Jack Zduriencik bagged the big
Robinson Cano and the Seattle Mariners have agreed on a 10-year, $240 million contract, a source told ESPNdeportes.com on Friday. Cano receives a full no-trade clause, a source told ESPN's Jim Bowden.
Update, 7:36 p.m. Friday: The Associated Press joins the chorus of media outlets reporting a deal has been made. Yankees slugger Robinson Cano will become a Mariner, according to reports. The Mariners, however, are