12:09 PM EST, Mon December 09, 2013
Seattle Mariners Rumors & News
Mets Blog | ESPN New York 17 hours ago
Robinson Cano #24 2BNew York Yankees 2013 STATS GM160 HR27 RBI107 R81 OBP.383 AVG.314 LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Sandy Alderson offered this reaction Sunday to Robinson Cano's 10-year, $240 million deal with the Seattle Mariners. "Nothing should be surprising anymore," Alderson said. "Therefore I wasn't surprised, after a moment. "But that kind of money has been spent before. The thing about baseball that is funny is that all 30 teams are on a continuum.
Lookout Landing 19 hours ago
When Robinson Cano was deciding between staying in New York and heading out to Seattle—still hilariously preposterous to think about—many attempted to examine the external factors that clouded the straight difference in the contract offers. Seattle fans would say that, with Washington's lack of...
Mariners Blog | Seattle Times 1 hour ago
Good morning from the luxurious and very maze-like Swan & Dolphin Resort. It took a little while get credentials and find the media work room, which you can see in all of it's glory. It would be difficult to find a collection of more poorly dressed middle-aged people. It looks like the room threw up khakis. Right now, the veteran's committee has announced the inductees for the hall of fame. They are Bobby Cox, Tony LaRussa and Joe Torre. That's a pretty good group of individual. I'm going to try and catch up with LaRussa and ask him about his interest in the job.
Mariners Blog | Seattle Times 13 hours ago
Originally, I planned to post and write this blog post on my flight to Atlanta en route to Orlando for the 2013 MLB winter meetings. But I managed to get a new Delta 737 that didn’t have its wi-fi hooked up yet. So you are getting this from Hartsfield-Jackson Airport where my connecting flight has...
Tacoma News-Tribune Dec 8, 2013
ORLANDO, Fla. — It’s easy to wonder whether the winter meetings, which begin Monday and run through Thursday at Disney’s Swan and Dolphin resort, could feel like the disappointing days…
The Mariners’ front office is plagued by “total dysfunction and a lack of leadership,” according to former manager Eric Wedge. Wedge and other former and current team employees describe problems at the top of the organization.
After agreeing to a deal with Robinson Cano, Seattle looks to add more to its roster.
Late start this morning since Pearl Jam decided to play till past midnight. Raul Ibanez and Jason Bay were there taking in the show. There is nothing new on the Robinson Cano front. I’m guessing we won’t have an official announcement till sometimes next week. Cano still has to take a ful
By Sam Thomsen Sam Thomsen is a sophomore at Liberty Bell High School in Winthrop whose passions are baseball, the Mariners and writing. He has been following the Mariners since he could walk and in October contributed a Take 2 urging the Mariners to sign Robinson Cano. On Friday, Cano reached agree
Sources say that Robinson Cano has agreed to a 10-year, $240 million offer from the Mariners that could be completed after a physical.
The Seahawks are rolling, Chris Petersen became the new Washington football coach, and Robinson Cano is about to sign with the Mariners. Can it get any better than this, Seattle?
By Grant Bronsdon Grant Bronsdon is a 2012 Garfield High School graduate who attends Yale University. Too often in the past decade, the Seattle sports scene has been one of misery and hopelessness. We’ve seen the Mariners crumble from its high of 116 wins in 2001 to dismal lows. We’ve se
Reported $240 milliion offer to Robinson Cano follows five years of keeping payroll relatively low. That strategy, along with buying a regional sports TV network, gave the Mariners money to land a high-priced free agent.
News that the Mariners appear close to signing Robinson Cano could change the game for baseball in Seattle, but brings risk, too.
The MLB’s Winter Meetings start on Monday morning in Florida, and the Mariners have already been quite active in the free agent market. Reports say they are close to signing second baseman Robinson Cano, and they are interested in many top free agents. Reporter Ryan Divish will be at the Winte
Tacoma News-Tribune Dec 6, 2013
The whirlwind continues regarding the bombshell that greeted Mariners' fans as they awoke Friday morning that the club is close to an 10-year deal with free-agent second baseman Robinson…
Reports that the Mariners might sign New York Yankees free agent Robinson Cano to a 10-year, $240 million contract raise some questions. Is Cano, a middle infielder who hits for power and average, really worth that kind of money? Is a 31-year-old worth a 10-year deal? Could signing a big name like C