George King quotes Yankees GM Brian Cashman as saying that the Yankees have made their final offer to free agent Cliff Lee and that they have not – and will not – raise the dollar totals or number of years.
GM Brian Cashman has spoken to agent Darek Braunecker since Thursday when The Post revealed the Yankees’ three separate offers to the 32-year-old lefty free agent.
The longest one is for seven years and believed to be in the $160 million range.
Asked if during those post-Winter Meeting talks if the Yankees increased their offer to Lee in years or dollars, Cashman said, “No.’’
With Lee deciding between the Rangers and Yankees, Cashman was asked if at some point the Yankees would up their offer.
“No,’’ said Cashman, who spent his time waiting for Lee’s decision Christmas shopping in Connecticut.