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Friday, August 28, 2015

Articles tagged: Robinson Cano

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

Robinson Cano sat with Jay-Z and Beyonce at the Grammys

Remember when people were wondering why Robinson Cano would leave Scott Boras to sign with Jay-Z and his up-and-coming sports agency. It all made perfect sense when Cano signed a 10-year, $240 million contract with the Seattle Mariners. And on Sunday night, we were reminded of some of the perks that go along with being…Read More

Robinson Cano: The Yankees gave me no respect

Robinson Cano was officially introduced as a member of the Seattle Mariners on Thursday, and he did not exactly take the high road when discussing his former team. Cano told reporters that the Mariners “showed me love” and made it clear that they wanted him from day one. As for the New York Yankees, the…Read More

Robinson Cano to wear No. 22 with Seattle Mariners

Robinson Cano wore No. 24 during his nine seasons with the New York Yankees. He will wear No. 22 with the Seattle Mariners. The Mariners sent out their first official team-issued photo of the $240 million man on Thursday and announced that 22 is his new number. Ken Griffey Jr. is the last player to…Read More

Robinson Cano reportedly did not want to play for Joe Girardi

The Seattle Mariners signed Robinson Cano to a 10-year deal worth $240 million on Friday. That was simply more money than the New York Yankees wanted to pay for the dynamic slugger, so they let him walk. It is widely assumed that the decision came down to money and nothing else, but a recent report…Read More

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