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Monday, November 24, 2014

Articles tagged: Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano greeted with boos in return to Yankee Stadium (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. According to Bob Dutton of The Tacoma News Tribune, the temperature at Yankee Stadium for Tuesday’s game was 46 degrees, the coldest for Seattle Mariners game there since 1992. For the Mariners’ $240 million man, Robinson Cano, it may have felt even colder. Making his much anticipated return to…Read More

CJ Wilson seemed upset about having to walk Robinson Cano

Los Angeles Angels pitcher CJ Wilson was asked to do something a bit unusual during his team’s 8-3 loss against the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night — walk a left-handed hitter. Wilson, a lefthander, was instructed to walk Robinson Cano with runners on second and third and two outs in the third inning. Mike Scioscia…Read More

Yankees fan holds Robinson Cano ‘it’s all about the money’ sign

Robinson Cano is not scheduled to make his return to Yankee Stadium as a visiting player until April 29, but that didn’t stop one angry New York Yankees fan from heckling him during the Seattle Mariners’ game against the Los Angeles Angels on Monday night. The way the fan went about it will amaze you….Read More

Robinson Cano: Mariners need a right-handed bat

When the Seattle Mariners signed Robinson Cano to a $240 million contract, it seemed safe to assume they were not done adding pieces. You don’t spend that kind of coin without a larger plan in mind. Seattle could still make some significant moves before the start of the regular season, but they really haven’t done…Read More

Lloyd McClendon defends Robinson Cano against Yankees hitting coach

Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon fired back at New York Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long in defense of Robinson Cano on Tuesday. Over the weekend, Long reiterated that he is still bothered by the fact that Cano had to be spoken to several times about not running hard down the first-base line. McClendon thinks Long…Read More

Robinson Cano’s lack of hustle still bothers Yankees hitting coach

Robinson Cano will be missed by the New York Yankees now that he’s signed with the Seattle Mariners, but one thing the Yankees won’t miss is Cano’s consistent lack of hustle running out balls to first. Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long says he was extremely close with Cano and that the team will really miss…Read More

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