Heyman: Mariners, Robinson Cano Agree To 10-Year, $240M Deal It was a back-and-forth morning, but Robinson Cano is no longer a Yankee. The second baseman agreed to a 10-year, $240 million deal with the Mariners on Friday, according to WFAN/CBSSports.com insider Jon Heyman.
Palladino: Injury-Prone Ellsbury Is A Crapshoot For Yankees While there’s no doubt what a healthy Ellsbury could do for an outfield that missed power-hitter Curtis Granderson for most of last year, there will always be the question of whether his bones will hold up after the next collision.
Ichiro To Return To Yankees In 2013Ichiro Suzuki will again don the pinstripes next season, a source has told WFAN's Craig Carton. Though final details are still being hammered out, there's no longer any doubt -- Ichiro will be back with the Yankees.
Coleman: R.A. Dickey Delivers His Message Loud And ClearR.A. Dickey had a message to deliver, and he delivered it loud and clear. Speaking at a Mets holiday party, Dickey was clearly frustrated by the slow pace of negotiations and the underwhelming offers that have been delivered to him.
Hartnett: A-Rod's Injury Dramatically Changes Yankees' Offseason PlansLosing A-Rod until mid-season will force the Yankees to make power-hitting outfielder Cody Ross their number one target.
Palladino: Personnel Affairs Symbolize That Yanks Are Winners, Mets Are LosersThe personnel affairs of the Yankees and Mets over the last two days have shown us the difference between winners and losers. Like matters on the field, things come easy for winners. The losers always struggle.
Yanks Reportedly Opted To Ignore Marlins' Dangling Of Stars, Are Unlikely To Spend Big The American League East champions passed on pursuing the Marlins' top players, and instead are focusing on re-signing starting pitchers Andy Pettitte and Hiroki Kuroda.
Fireballers Harvey, Wheeler Reportedly The Only Untouchables On MetsRight-handed starter Matt Harvey -- who was brilliant for the Mets in his rookie season -- and top pitching prospect Zack Wheeler are untouchables, a club source said in a report.
As General Managers Meetings Get Under Way, Will Cashman Make A Splash?"Do I have something I'm looking to execute while I'm out here? No," Cashman said. "Whatever agents are here, I'll meet with the agents and then obviously have a chance to engage the 29 clubs."
Nothing To See Here: Mets Reportedly 'Not Close' To Extending Wright, DickeyThe talks and negotiations are slow-moving. One person with knowledge of the contract proceedings said that the Mets are "not close" to agreeing to terms with either player.
Hartnett: New Year, Same Yankees Not Necessarily A Bad ThingSome Yankees fans have expressed outrage, but Brian Cashman has kept the organization's best interests at heart by waiting for the right deal.