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Both New York teams say his $300-plus price tag is too rich for their tastes.

Pitcher's price is only going to rise with postseason success.

Rapper/entrepreneur tells Vanity Fair he knows about budgets and that's the key thing.

Deal would cover 10 years -- and don't be surprised if Jay Z's client gets it.

The move to new representation may bode well for his future with the Yankees.