07:17 AM ET 10.03 | Robinson Cano may be the biggest name among free agent sluggers the Yankees seek to bring back, but he isn't the only one. Curtis Granderson, coming off an injury-marred season, is set to hit the market and his agent made it clear Granderson wants to remain in The Bronx. "That's his first choice," agent Matt Brown said Wednesday. "He absolutely wants to stay there." Granderson has been one of the game's best power hitters, but was limited to 61 games last season after being sidelined with a broken right forearm suffered when he was hit by a pitch during his first at-bat of spring training. Just 10 days after his return, he was knocked out again. This time, another pitch fractured his left pinky. The extended layoffs could impact how much money he gets.