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Breaking Down Robinson Cano’s Free-Agent Market with Dodgers out of the Race

class="ui-droppable">With the Los Angeles Dodgers signing Cuban second baseman Alexander Guerrero to a four-year, $28 million deal, they are no longer in the market for Robinson Cano.

Sources: #Dodgers agreed to terms on 4-yr, $28M deal with Cuban prospect Alexander Guerrero. Potential value is $32M. http://t.co/mkcBseoZWQ

— Jesse Sanchez (@JesseSanchezMLB) October 21, 2013 The Dodgers appeared to be one of the top teams interested in Cano. Now, however, they will no longer pursue the All-Star second baseman.



Cano is known as the best second baseman in the game today, and all 30 MLB teams would love to have him. The problem is that his asking price of $305 million over 10 years is enough to scare off most teams.

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