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5 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Robinson Cano's decision whether to leave New York City and join the Seattle Mariners became a lot easier after he talked to the M's other superstar ballplayer, Felix Hernandez.
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7 hrs ago | SoDo Mojo
May 25, 2013; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano smiles prior to the game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field.
Monday marked the first day of MLB 's annual winter meetings in Florida, as executives from all 30 teams are gathered to discuss the current state of the game.
Former Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge, who left the team in September, lashed out at M's general manager Jack Zduriencik and the club's upper management, accusing them of meddling with the on-field product, making personnel decisions that weakened the organization's scouting abilities, and "total dysfunction and a lack of leadership."
The Robinson Cano signing will change things in Seattle. It will change the number of people attending games, first and foremost.
That's because much of the heavy lifting - including huge free-agent signings and blockbuster trades - already has been done, much of it during two wild days last week.
Every week, we'll take a look at some of the moments that made the Mariners memorable over the last 37 seasons.
MLB will be hard-pressed to keep up with the pace of last week's offseason action, with a flurry of trades and free-agent signings reshaping the makeup of the entire league.
The New York Yankees today announced they have signed right-handed pitcher Hiroki Kuroda to a one-year Major League contract, extending through the 2014 season.
Florida's Dylan Olsen celebrates with Erik Gudbranson after scoring goal against Winnipeg in Thursday's game at the BB&T Center.
Being competitive in major league baseball is a cold-hearted bitch of an assignment.
The free-agent market is very fluid, changing on a daily basis. Rumors can change in a matter of hours.
The Seattle Mariners hijacked All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano for $240 million, giving them their biggest offensive star since Ken Griffey Jr., and the New York Yankee executives sounded happier Friday than Mariners' officials.