So it’s happening.
The Mariners are really closing in on a massive, franchise-changing agreement with free-agent second baseman Robinson Cano.
At 10 years for $240 million.
Enrique Rojas of ESPNDesportes.com broke the news early Friday, but it was quickly verified by other outlets. The deal is pending a routine physical, tentatively scheduled for Monday.
It’s a game-changer for the Mariners. Also a huge gamble.
The agreement came after talks broke off late Thursday when Jay Z, who represents Cano, asked the Mariners to boost a nine-year offer at $225 million to 10 years for $252 million.
The Mariners balked — …