Robinson Cano Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation Surrounding Second Baseman

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistOctober 28, 2013

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Updates for Friday, Dec. 6

New York Daily News reporters Bill Madden, Teri Thompson and Mark Feinsand reported on the happenings from Thursday night:

Cano and his entourage arrived in Seattle with what sources described as basically an eight-year, $200 million deal in hand along with assurances that Seattle would go to nine years and $225 million, a figure confirmed late Thursday night by the Daily News.

From Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal:

Source: Talks between Cano, #Mariners still alive.

— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) December 6, 2013

From CBS Sports' Jon Heyman:

The Mariners are closing in on a deal with Robinson Cano, sources told CBSSports.com

One source with Seattle connections said the deal will be for "at least" $225 million, suggesting it will likely be more.

Heyman later confirmed the deal is done:

deal for cano and mariners is $240M, 10 years according to @Enrique_Rojas1. can confirm it's agreed to.

— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) December 6, 2013

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