Is Robinson Cano the $300M Man?

According to an ESPN twitter, New York Yankees All-Star 2nd baseman, Robinson Cano, is seeking a a 10-yr $305M contract this off season. Cano, who is now a free agent, will most likely stay with the Yankees, but he plans to seek as much money as he can get. N.Y. Yankees 2nd baseman, Robinson Cano, now a free agent plans to seek a high pay day.

When asked about his intentions, Cano told the Journal News, “I want to take my time, go on vacation and relax, and then when the day gets closer, that’s when I want sit down with my family and decide what we’re going to do. But don’t get me wrong, I love this team, you know?”

At the age of 31 and one of the top 10 hitters in the game today, Cano may likely spark a bidding war. He may not get $300 million, but he could be headed for a high pay day.

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Canó made his Major League debut in 2005 with the Yankees, after spending four years in the minor leagues. He is a four-time All-Star (2006, 2010–2012) and Silver Slugger Award winner (2006, 2010–2012). He won two Gold Glove Awards (2010, 2012) and has been named American League Player of the Month twice (September 2006, April 2010). If you would like to book Robinson Cano for a speaking engagement, appearance or endorsement, contact Robinson Cano’s agent for speaker & appearance fees or call 800.966.1380.

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