According to multiple sources of ESPNNewYork.com, the Yankees have a less than 'fifty-fifty' shot of signing their only remaining superstar—Robinson Cano. While newcomer Brian McCann will likely perform well in the Bronx, he does not have the "duende" of a Cano. The reason for the dwindling chances of The Bronx Embalmers is that the Mariners have emerged as a legitimate suitor of the Yankee second baseman. Reportedly, Seattle is offering 8 years and $200 million—while The Pinstriped Posers have held the line at no more than 7 years and less than $200 million. How sweet it is!