Curtis Granderson and Robinson Cano aren't going to be free agents until after next season, but Yankees general manager Brian Cashman isn't ruling out the possibility of opening negotiations prior to that. "We don't do stuff in-season, but this winter, we'll be forced to look at some of these things," said Cashman, who normally doesn't deal with contracts until players are free agents. "It doesn't mean anything will happen." So far, nothing has. "We'll have a conversation with ownership, but no one has initiated anything from our end or their end," Cashman said.
Cashman: We might deal early with Cano and Grandy
New York Post | Jul 16