Report: Yankees Done Increasing Offer to Cliff Lee, Top Out at Seven Years, $160 Million

If Cliff Lee can be bought, it won't be for more than seven years, $160 million.

According to the New York Post, Brian Cashman has said that the Yankees have not upped their offer since last week's winter meetings, and that they had no plans to do so.

Texas Rangerspresident Nolan Ryan admitted on Saturday that he was worried that the Yankees would increase their offer, but that apparently will not be the case.

Lee is currently weighing multiple offers from a number of teams, most notably the Yankees and Rangers. He is expected to make a decision as to his 2011 destination in the coming days.

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