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Brian Cashman disappointed about losing Robinson Cano, now has chance to replace him
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - Robinson Cano's massive deal with the Mariners isn't official yet, but that didn't stop Brian Cashman from discussing it for the first time since losing the second baseman Friday morning.
The Big Lead
Former Manager Eric Wedge Describes Seattle Mariners' Front Office as "total dysfunction"
On Friday the Seattle Mariners pulled off the shock of the Hot Stove season, agreeing to terms on a 10-year, $240 million deal to pry Robinson Cano away from the New York Yankees .
Plenty of options left for Yankees on free-agent market
An already wild off-season got even wilder for the Yankees on Friday, as four big dominoes fell in their winter spree.
New York Yankees Could Use Michael Pineda in 2014
The New York Yankees need Michael Pineda to produce in 2014. It has been nearly two years since the Yankees traded away highly talented prospect Jesus Montero to the Seattle Mariners for rookie pitcher Pineda.
New York Post
Yankees offseason has been just plain offensive
Brian McCann was asked about getting to know the Yankees' pitching yesterday at this introductory press conference and hailed CC Sabathia for being "as good as it gets" and Ivan Nova for "pitching great."
Ellsbury deal part of bold offseason for the Yankees
When the 2013 season ended without a postseason spot for the Yankees, they had internal discussions about being aggressive shoppers in the offseason.
My Thoughts on Robinson Cano and the Mariners
A week or two ago, Jim Bowden speculated that the Mariners could steal Robinson Cano from the Yankees with a massive offer.