Cano reportedly meeting with Mariners in Seattle

Free-agent second baseman Robinson Cano flew from New York to Seattle to meet with Mariners officials on Thursday, according to an ESPN Deportes report, as negotiating tactics for the five-time Yankees All-Star kicked up a notch.

ESPN Desportes quoted a source as saying the Mariners would be willing to go up to 10 years and $230-$240 million for Cano, who reportedly has been offered seven years at about $170 million by the Yankees.

FOXSports.com is reporting that Cano asked for $240 million, but the Mariners have not offered more than $200 million.  Only Albert Pujols and Alex Rodriguez have signed Major League contracts larger than $225 million.

MLB.com has not confirmed that the Mariners have talked any specific figures with Cano and the Mariners declined to comment on the ESPN Deportes report, as is their policy with all free-agent negotiations.

What the report doesn’t say is whether Cano and his agents are truly interested in signing with Seattle or are leaking news of his dalliance with the Mariners as negotiating leverage to drive up the Yankees’ offer.

Here’s the full story on MLB.com.

-Greg Johns

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