Robinson Cano gets third largest MLB contract in history; 10-year, $240 million deal with Seattle Mariners

Now THIS is a good deal! According to a source via ESPNdeportes.com, Robinson Cano has agreed to a $240 million deal over ten years. According to the source, Cano and his agents met with Mariners executives last night to reach the deal. According to ESPN:
The source said Cano will return to Seattle on Sunday and will undergo a physical on Monday to complete what would be the third largest contract in history, tied with the one that Albert Pujols signed with Los Angeles Angels three years ago.
Alex Rodriguez has the first and second largest MLB contracts in history. First in 2000 with a 10-year $252 million and then the one that replaced that contract with the 10-year, $275 million contract. I still don't know where baseball gets it's money.  Your Jersey Girlfriend, ~Angela Davis

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