Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Jay-Z details? Cano says no
By Andrew Marchand
In announcing his move from Scott Boras to a newly formed group headed by Jay-Z and CAA, Robinson Cano said in a statement he wanted to take more of an "active role in his endeavors on and off the field."
When asked Wednesday to further expand on his high-profile move, Cano was reticent.
"Right now, my focus is on playing baseball," said Cano, who is eligible to become a free agent.
Cano declined to say why he made the move. He wouldn't say if this means there is a better chance he could remain with the Yankees because CAA's history has been to do contracts prior to free agency.
"I don't want to go into detail," Cano said.
In the less-than-four-minute interview, Cano said he didn't want to go into detail four times.
Cano only said he made a "family decision" in four minutes.