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Would Losing Robinson Cano to the Seattle Mariners Leave Yankees at a Dead End?

class="ui-droppable">The Seattle Mariners are blowin' up the New York Yankees' spot, as the kids say.

The Mariners have made it known to free agent Robinson Cano—the longtime Yankees second baseman—that they are willing to offer him a contract for 10 years and upward of $230 to $240 million, according to a report by Enrique Rojas of ESPN Deportes.

That overall number is in the ballpark with the figure that Cano's camp recently indicated was the new asking price—about $250 to $260 million but over nine years—after it initially started out at $300 million-plus.

The Yankees, meanwhile, have remained steadfast in offering no more than $170 million over seven years, per Bryan Hoch of MLB.com. They likely believed ...

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