The Yankees met with the representatives for free-agent second baseman Robinson Cano on Tuesday, but a large gap remains between the two sides, according to multiple reports.
Cano did not attend the meeting with Yankees team president Randy Levine and general manager Brian Cashman. The five-time All-Star was represented by Brodie Van Wagenen and Juan Perez of CAA Baseball. Jay-Z also was not present at the meeting.
Another meeting with the Yankees could take place on Wednesday. Cano's camp is believed to have moved slightly off of their original asking price of 10 years and more than $300 million, but the difference was not thought to be substantial enough to accelerate an agreement.
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