With the Mariners in the full fire sale, the Yankees entertained the idea of a reunion with Robinson Cano.
After completing one mega-deal earlier during this assault, Seattle arrived at the Mets and Yankees for Cano, with the Yankees related to Jacoby Ellsbury, according to a report.
The Athletic, which states sources, said the Mariners had reached the Yankees for a deal that would exchange two of the biggest baseball contracts. The discussions came after Yankees asked the Mariners to include "substantial money" along with Ellsbury.
The potential swap would have landed two baseball football stars with a new start to finish their careers.
For Singing, the 36-year-old child has $ 120 million over the next five terms. He spent a lot of 2018 serving preventing an 80 game for proven positive testing for a banned substance. He would not go into the second center for the Yankees and the only real possibility would be to make him a first baseman and designated crews. Taro Canon .303 with 10 homes running in 348 plate appearances last year.
The Yankees are not committed to one player at their DH meeting place, according to the report.
Ellsbury was a disaster in pinstripes since he signed a $ 153 million contract of seven years, which included a clause without a full trade, in 2014. The 35 year old had a glue surgery and was lost all the last season. Scott Boras Agent said in October that he expected Ellsbury to be ready for spring training. He has $ 47.2 million due over the next two years.
General manager Jerry Dipoto arrived at the Mets about Cano, but that idea did not get much, according to the report. Dipoto is still trying to ship Cano as he continues to reconfigure Seattle. The Yankees were previously involved in the Mariners when they were staging James Paxton from the left for more benefits, including Justus Sheffield, earlier this month.