Would you sign 35-year-old Robinson Cano this offseason to a six-year deal for a guaranteed $144 million?

The Yankees appear to be getting close to a Sonny Gray trade, and Yonder Alonso could be going to New York with Gray should the deal close as New York hopes it does.

The Red Sox may have promoted Rafael Devers to take his seemingly rightful place at the hot corner, but he’s also only 20 years old right now and many weren’t expecting him to be called up until at least a few months from now, after he gathered more reps in the minor leagues. One theory is that the Sox did so to gain a modicum of leverage in trade talks, making it seem like they aren’t being forced to find someone. Trade talks are ongoing, though, as they’ve now been connected to the Reds’ Zack Cozart, who has only ever played shortstop.

Could Tuesday’s start have been the last game Lance Lynn pitches for the Cardinals? While St. Louis hasn’t officially switched over to seller mode, it could benefit more from trading Lynn now than losing him in the offseason when he (probably) turns down its qualifying offer.

It looks like the Brewers are fading in the Sonny Gray trade discussions, but with so many teams in and out on him every day, that could turn around again in a matter of hours. This could be a sign that the price is getting jacked up past Milwaukee’s comfort zone, or it could just be a pivot to another team that will swing another way soon. Who knows anymore.

Cano’s contract isn’t necessarily bad yet. Maybe more than any other China Cheap Jerseys contract in baseball, though, the fear that it is going to become awful exists. He’s been fine for the Mariners so far — better than fine, really, posting a 130 OPS+ with them over four seasons. He somehow still has six years left, though, taking him through his age-40 season, and he’ll make $24 million in each of Cycling Cheap Jerseys them for a total of $144 million.