According to source, the $310M demand from Cano's side remained until Tuesday, though it was lowered "very slightly." Sides still far apart.That tweet came on the heels of Feinsand reporting that the 2 sides spoke today but did not meet. Doesn't sound like this week's discussions led to much progress, but that really doesn't come as much of a surprise. There's no reason for Cano's side to lower their asking price significantly this early in the game and there's no reason for the Yankees to raise their offer at all knowing they're still the only team who's made one.
— Mark Feinsand (@FeinsandNYDN) November 27, 2013
Sooner or later, somebody will have to blink and right now the Yankees are still in the more favorable position. Let's see where the talks go next week.