So, in an hilarious misunderstanding of the marketplace, Scott Boras, or whoever is agenting Robinson Cano leaked or announced today that they are looking for a 10 year 305 million dollar deal. He won't get that number or those years from anyone, let alone the Yanks. Here's why. First, he is already in his 30's an on the brink of decline. Second, the Yankee roster, and several other rosters around baseball are still paying the price for 10 year deals given to presumptive (at the time) hall of famers like Jeter and Arod. Heck, the Yankees have gotten one good year out of Mark Teixiera on what was an 8 year deal, and he was in his 20s when he made that. Third, there doesn't need to be a third. He's not getting that. The Yanks should offer no more than 6 years at the outside. Which means they will give him 7. I don't really care what the salaries are, but they should reflect decline and injury. Of course, if they think they can get something closer to 305 elsewhere, I'll be happy with the extra first rounder.