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Ultimately, if Cano is willing to sign a deal at terms comfortable to the Yankees, they should it now.
Hal Steinbrenner knows his economic situation and intentions better than anyone, so if this savings isn’t worth the risk that Cano will suffer an injury or drastic decline in 2013, there’s no compelling reason to execute an extension now, unless, of course, the Yankees fear that the market for Cano would break through the Arod barrier. Then again, with Scott Boras as his agent, if that is a real possibility, chances are Cano wouldn’t even consider forgoing free agency.
Ultimately, if Cano is willing to sign a deal at terms comfortable to the Yankees, they should it now. If the Bronx Bombers have any reservations, however, they should wait until the off season.
Why would you take additional risk (he could get hurt, he could have a bad year) for $1M in AAV savings?
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