Whilst sifting through the sublime reports on the Robinson Canó situation, I particularly enjoyed this bit: Howard Lincoln on Dec. 12, 2000, when A-Rod signed w/Tex: "Some fool stepped out of the woodwork to pay him so much he couldn't refuse it." — Larry Stone (@StoneLarry) December 6, 2013 ... which is relevant because Howard Lincoln was, and still is 13 years later, the President and CEO of the Seattle Mariners, who reportedly just offered Canó a contract very much like the deal Alex Rodriguez got from the Rangers. Now, in Lincoln's defense, $25 million doesn't buy nearly what it...
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