Cano, who enters the season as arguably the best second baseman in baseball, said he will not ask the Yankees for a contract extension before his current deal expires.He says that now, which is exactly what you want him to say, but be wary of Boras, you know he's going to try to change his mind.
"I would never do that," Cano said.
Over the winter, Cano switched agents and hired Scott Boras. But he is under club control through the 2013 season. The Yankees owe Cano $10 million this season and have club options for 2012 ($14 million) and 2013 ($15 million), with a $2 million buyout on each.
Sunday, February 20, 2011
From Marc Carig: