Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports that Robinson Cano's 10-year deal with the Mariners does not include an opt-out clause.
CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Mariners are close to a deal with Robinson Cano.
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that talks between the Mariners and Robinson Cano are "still alive."
Mark Feinsand, Bill Madden and Teri Thompson of the New York Daily News report that contract talks between the Mariners and Robinson Cano's agent, Jay Z, broke off after Jay Z's excessive demands.
WFAN's Sweeney Murti hears that Robinson Cano is unhappy with how much the Yankees offered him compared to what they gave to Jacoby Ellsbury.
David Waldstein of the New York Times was told by a source with knowledge of the Mariners' plans that the club will offer Robinson Cano a nine-year, $225 million contract.
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Mariners have made an offer to Robinson Cano, but it did not exceed $200 million.
According to Enrique Rojas of ESPN Deportes, the Mariners have let Robinson Cano know that they would be willing to give him a 10-year contract worth between $230-240 million.
Robinson Cano’s representatives met with Mariners officials Tuesday in Seattle, reports Kevin Kernan of the New York Post.
Sources have told Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York that the Yankees still plan to keep their ultimate offer to Robinson Cano in the range of seven years and $175 million.
Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune reports that "many in the industry" believe the Mariners have a "real shot" to sign Robinson Cano.
Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan reports that the Yankees signing Jacoby Ellsbury or any other outfielder would not preclude them from re-signing Robinson Cano.
Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York reports that the Mariners have emerged as a "major player" in negotiations with Robinson Cano.
Yahoo! Sports' Jeff Passan was told by an executive familiar with the Yankees' plans that the club is "not going to go to $200 million... period" for Robinson Cano.