Depends entirely on how the Yankees pay the money out. They can pay it all out in 1 year or spread it out over remaining years and that determines when
It should be $3M per season - see below link where you can see how the Yanks are paying for a portion of Prado's contract (on the bottom).
Rumor has it that Win Method interviewed Capuano 5 separate times last season and each time advised the Yankees to sign him. Apparently he's a winner.
If they were to do that, does the $9M count toward the luxury tax? If so, how? Does it count as an AAV of $3M over those three years, or does the whole
Come on. He signed for $3M with no incentives. They gave a bum like Capuano $5m last year. This is a bargain.
Mat Latos signs one year deal with Pale Hose. Great job by Cashman staying away from him.