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6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 10:40AM #51
yank0428
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Dec 13, 2013 -- 8:41AM, laurenfrances wrote:


Dec 13, 2013 -- 8:28AM, bomberhojoe wrote:


The Yankees handled his negotiation no different then they did others.  They have procedures they have followed for years with regards to negotiating with players under contract.  Cano wanted to be treated special as compared to other players have.  IMO, the Yankees showed him no disrespect.  They offered him a ridiculous amount of money and he wanted more, which is his right.  Seattle offered more than any other team (Yankees included) were willing to offer and he jumped at it. Cano bad mouthing the Yankees shows a lack of class.  Enjoy jogging to first in Seattle!




Here's what got me annoyed...there was no mention of being thankful Yankees gave him an opportunity to play the great game of baseball.  Yankees developed/nurtured him, provided him an avenue enabling him to get this gigantic contract.  


No respect????  I think the lack of respect comes from Cano. We understand he left for mega bucks. With all the coaching and development Yankees provided over the course of his career, show a little bit of gratitude when you exit.  Indeed Cano is classless.  I'm surprise Jay-Z/CAA didn't advise him to thanks the Yankees for years of support.



I agree about not showing any respect. That is a classless move. He mentioned it wasn't about the money either in that the Yankees offered 1 mil per year more at 25 mil but it was about the years. I guess he thinks most people are idiots. It was about the money and years. He didn't want to be 38 years old and not be the same player and have to worry about a contract. I don't blame him . He's lucky Seattle calmed his fears.

6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 10:43AM #52
BW26
Posts: 7,647

I wish someone would disrespect me with 25 million a year.



Cano's  new theme songs


1- Money  changes everything - Cindy Lauper


2- Money for nothing - Dire Straits


3-Money- Beatles


4- Money  makes the world go round- Caberet


5- Money- Pink Floyd



Yankees to Cano Hit the road jack

 


Positive anything is better than negative nothing

YANKEES   RULE ,  METS  DROOL
6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 10:51AM #53
ru4_nyy
Posts: 3,316

Dec 13, 2013 -- 10:40AM, yank0428 wrote:


Dec 13, 2013 -- 8:41AM, laurenfrances wrote:


Dec 13, 2013 -- 8:28AM, bomberhojoe wrote:


The Yankees handled his negotiation no different then they did others.  They have procedures they have followed for years with regards to negotiating with players under contract.  Cano wanted to be treated special as compared to other players have.  IMO, the Yankees showed him no disrespect.  They offered him a ridiculous amount of money and he wanted more, which is his right.  Seattle offered more than any other team (Yankees included) were willing to offer and he jumped at it. Cano bad mouthing the Yankees shows a lack of class.  Enjoy jogging to first in Seattle!




Here's what got me annoyed...there was no mention of being thankful Yankees gave him an opportunity to play the great game of baseball.  Yankees developed/nurtured him, provided him an avenue enabling him to get this gigantic contract.  


No respect????  I think the lack of respect comes from Cano. We understand he left for mega bucks. With all the coaching and development Yankees provided over the course of his career, show a little bit of gratitude when you exit.  Indeed Cano is classless.  I'm surprise Jay-Z/CAA didn't advise him to thanks the Yankees for years of support.



I agree about not showing any respect. That is a classless move. He mentioned it wasn't about the money either in that the Yankees offered 1 mil per year more at 25 mil but it was about the years. I guess he thinks most people are idiots. It was about the money and years. He didn't want to be 38 years old and not be the same player and have to worry about a contract. I don't blame him . He's lucky Seattle calmed his fears.





agree. Note that Raul Ibanez is still getting contracts at age 38+. Why? Because he plays well.

6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 10:51AM #54
bomberhojoe
Posts: 14,770

Dec 13, 2013 -- 10:43AM, BW26 wrote:


I wish someone would disrespect me with 25 million a year.


Cano's  new theme songs


1- Money  changes everything - Cindy Lauper


2- Money for nothing - Dire Straits


3-Money- Beatles


4- Money  makes the world go round- Caberet


5- Money- Pink Floyd


Yankees to Cano Hit the road jack




Here's one song that will not appear on Cano's list ... "The Hustle"

John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 10:51AM #55
nystripes2
Posts: 6,287
^ Joe REGARDLESS of the fact that the Ellsbury contract had nothing to do with the Cano offer (if it really didn't). let me ask u a question..  obviously we r not dealing with millions. say u show up to ur job everyday and u have been there for years, they bring in a new guy to help knowing u r thinking of maybe going elsewhere. They offer the new guy about 95% what u r making even though he doesnt show up.as much as u do, or is as good as his job as u are. maybe u wouldnt feel disrespected , but u wouldn't in the least bit feel slighted?
6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 10:52AM #56
ru4_nyy
Posts: 3,316

Dec 13, 2013 -- 10:51AM, bomberhojoe wrote:


Dec 13, 2013 -- 10:43AM, BW26 wrote:


I wish someone would disrespect me with 25 million a year.


Cano's  new theme songs


1- Money  changes everything - Cindy Lauper


2- Money for nothing - Dire Straits


3-Money- Beatles


4- Money  makes the world go round- Caberet


5- Money- Pink Floyd


Yankees to Cano Hit the road jack




Here's one song that will not appear on Cano's list ... "The Hustle"





He did the "Safety Dance"

6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 10:55AM #57
bomberhojoe
Posts: 14,770

Dec 13, 2013 -- 10:51AM, nystripes2 wrote:

^ Joe REGARDLESS of the fact that the Ellsbury contract had nothing to do with the Cano offer (if it really didn't). let me ask u a question.. obviously we r not dealing with millions. say u show up to ur job everyday and u have been there for years, they bring in a new guy to help knowing u r thinking of maybe going elsewhere. They offer the new guy about 95% what u r making even though he doesnt show up.as much as u do, or is as good as his job as u are. maybe u wouldnt feel disrespected , but u wouldn't in the least bit feel slighted?




In this scenario of yours, you should include that I take extended coffee breaks.  ALso, he would be making 85% of my salary.

John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 10:57AM #58
nystripes2
Posts: 6,287
95/85 whatever lol. also extended break times is still better than not showing up..
6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 11:00AM #59
luvdayanks
Posts: 26,057

Dec 13, 2013 -- 8:37AM, nystripes2 wrote:


Dec 13, 2013 -- 12:34AM, Bats wrote:


Dec 12, 2013 -- 10:16PM, nystripes2 wrote:


Dec 12, 2013 -- 10:15PM, YankeeLoon wrote:

6 minutes ago by nystripes2 whatever im so sick of both parties on this. Cano asked for the moon, and the Yankees barely offered him.any more than Ellsbury, both screwed up " Yea the Yankees were SO cheap!! You're a fool.



overall the offer was not "cheap".. I said its cheap when you factor in they offered Ellsbury not much less. (7/153)




WHAT?


It's called negotiations. 


THEY WERE THE ONES, who came up with 10 years at $310. What were the Yankees to do? Say "duhhhh....how about 10 years at $290? NO....they told Cano, "You're not worth more than David Wright, a middle of the order lineup infielder.....BUT we'll pay you alot more than him" and they did with the 7/153.  That's not respect? Now,...when two parties have two totally different figures operating under the same goal (which was supposed to be Cano wearing pinstripes), they are supposed to find middle ground? Did they? NO, because Jay-Z/Cano was not interested to find middle ground.  Obviously that wasn't Jay-Z's intention.  The funny thing is.....NO baseball team was gonna for it. Then when one did, Cano and Jay-Z hopped on a plane and never looked back. 


Cashman was right, Cano was all about the money, which is fine by me. Just don't blame the Yankees on this.




I said all along cano was at fault too and he was going to the highest bidder, hence why both are at fault.





I'm not going to reiterate all the verbage that has already been posted but go back and read some of the posts that give very good reasons why the Yankees are not at fault. 

6 years ago  ::  Dec 13, 2013 - 11:02AM #60
T15D23A46
Posts: 5,953

Saw the clip on ESPN. 


Firstly, this is his PR push to come up with an answer as to why he went for the money.


Secondly, he is on damage control, to be seen as a greedy player wins over no one.


Lastly, he will find plenty of friends who will be happy to agree with him that the Yankees are mean, etc.


I almost spit out the coffee in my mouth when he said this wasn't about the money. 


Robbie, Obama's don't believe your ears, believe what I say, ain't gonna work.


Enjoy Seattle and thank you for doing all of us a favor.

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