Infante and the Royals have agreed to terms on that four-year deal mentioned before.
As @Joelsherman1 reported, Yankees' offer to Omar Infante is 3 years, $24 million.
New York Post "The Yankees know what they lost when Robinson Cano took the Mariners’ $240 million and bolted The Bronx for Seattle. Cano is a premier hitter who plays Gold Glove defense at second base and has a left-handed swing made for Yankee Stadium’s right-field porch. Now, as Yankees general manager..." December 09
#royals will try again to beat yanks on omar infante. should be strong market. also an uphill battle for kc.
Yankees have made offer to FA infielder Omar Infante, in addition to Drew, Ellsbury, Choo, Beltran, sources tell @Ken_Rosenthal and me.
ESPN New York "When the Yankees had their organization meetings, they knew they had to become more versatile. Too many times in 2013, Joe Girardi had to ask a Vernon Wells to play third or a Lyle Overbay to find an outfield glove. They had no Inspector Gadget players, who had an answer for any position that..." November 27
Infante going on rehab assignment with @MudHens starting tomorrow at Columbus. Will DH a game 2B Wednesday then see how he feels.
No change in diagnosis on Omar Infante after ankle exam yesterday. Rest and rehab for now week or two before baseball activity.
Detroit News "One took a step back the other a step forward. But the step back could be a big one. Tigers second baseman Omar Infante left early in his rehab game with the Single A West Michigan Whitecaps on Thursday night because of continued soreness in the left ankle that’s sidelined him since early..." July 26
Omar Infante to play 2B today for West Michigan - will be back with #Tigers on Friday if he feels he's ready
MLB.com "Omar Infante is on his way to West Michigan for a rehab assignment with the Tigers' Class A club, and reliever Darin Downs will be joining him. Infante has been on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained ankle sustained on July 3, and the Tigers were waiting to check with him on Tuesday to see..." July 23
Detroit News "By the time Tigers manager Jim Leyland left for the All-Star Game last Sunday, he suspected that Omar Infante wouldn’t be ready to play on Friday night. It turns out he was right. “I pretty much knew he wasn’t going to be ready,” Leyland said. “He’s not ready, and I have no idea when (he..." July 20
Detroit News "Acknowledging Omar Infante's injury was more serious than previously thought, the Tigers on Tuesday placed their second baseman on the 15-day disabled list and called up infielder Hernan Perez from Double A Erie to replace him. Infante's disabled-list state is retroactive to July 4. It..." July 09