Monday, November 4, 2013

Granderson, Cano, & Kuroda Get Qualifying Offers

With today being the final day to offer your free agents a qualifying offer the New York Yankees have extended qualifying offers to three of their free agents. Robinson Cano, Hiroki Kuroda, and Curtis Granderson all received a qualifying offer and have a week to either accept or decline the offer. Accepting means they would be signing a one year deal worth $14.1 million with the Yankees. Declining and signing with another club means the Yankees would receive a compensation pick in this years draft. 

The only player who may accept is Curtis Granderson but with a multi year deal being rumored from the Grandy camp I doubt it. Kuroda and Cano were offered offers as a formality as I believe both will be back with the Yankees, or in Japan in Kuroda's case, for 2014. 

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