Everyone wants in on the angry outfielder having a horrible season!
The Yankees might have bigger problems than what to do with A-Rod if they think this excuse is going to bring down Cano's asking price.
The right-hander's recovery is going so well that the team is contemplating putting him in the rotation.
Ike Davis is struggling badly and the Mets are once again considering sending the beleaguered slugger down to the minors.
Hal Steinbrenner has confirmed that the club is still working towards a deal with Cano's new representation.
Baltimore is off to a great start, but may not be able to sustain it without some outside pitching help.
GM Ruben Amaro told reporters he's on the prowl for a starting pitcher from outside the organization.
The Philadelphia Phillies have reportedly been eying the superstar Marlins outfielder as a potential trade target.
Is Robinson Cano more like David Wright or more like Alex Rodriguez? Both platyers are stars and both play in New York, but they get paid very differently and that is complicating the talks between Cano and the Yankees.
Buster Olney speculates that the Phillies and others could be looking to part with some of their pricier players come July.
By optioning him to the minors Wednesday, Boston now has a 72-hour window to deal the right-hander before he must report to Pawtucket.
GM Jeff Luhnow was pretty adamant on Monday that the front office has no plans to trade the right-hander.
The feeling among "baseball people" is that Baltimore will end up dealing the left-hander for rotation help.