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Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano

Cano Becomes 4th Player with 50 Extra-Base Hits in Each of 1st 12 Years

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano mashed his 50th extra-base hit of the season in Tuesday's 5-4 win over the Boston Red Sox, per MLB Stat of the Day.

Scott Miller's Starting 9: Robinson Cano Rekindles Spark of MVP-Type Megastar

Floating like a butterfly and stinging like a bee, not a bad way to go through life….

 

1. Mariners Paddle Along with Healthy Cano

Robinson Cano, or, as Derek Jeter always teased him, Robinson Canoe, always did have two things: a great smile and a beautiful swing.

Except, uh, last year, when both disappeared. And Canoe, er, Cano, was left up a creek without a paddle.

Cano Reaches 1,000 Career RBI in 6-RBI Performance

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano reached the 1,000-RBI milestone with a bang, driving in six runs during Tuesday's 11-1 win over the Houston Astros, per MLB Stat of the Day.

He entered the contest with 998 career RBI and needed just two more to become the 281st player (and 12th active player) with 1,000-plus.

Examining the Loud Return of Robinson Cano's Big Home Run Power

You know what they say about $240 million contracts. It's amazing how quickly they can go from looking like money well spent to money wasted and back to money well spent again.

Robinson Cano's Hot Start Breathes Life Back into Mariners Franchise

The Seattle Mariners will pay Robinson Cano $24 million every year until 2024. That much we know.

The question is, what will Cano give Seattle in return?

Robinson Cano Comments on Criticism from Andy Van Slyke

Robinson Cano is coming off a mid-career skid in 2015 that elicited spiteful comments from former Seattle Mariners first base coach Andy Van Slyke in November.

MLB Trade Rumors: Analyzing Buzz on Robinson Cano, Jonathan Papelbon and More

The end of November is an interesting time in Major League Baseball, as it's a time when rumors begin to simmer heading into the winter meetings in two weeks. 

There will also be an overabundance of rumors that are either false or useless. Hearing that teams are "willing to listen" on a random player says nothing because a general manager will take a phone call about any player, even if there's no intention of moving that player. 

Robinson Cano Is Still Good, but His $240M Megadeal Is Becoming an Albatross

From the sound of things, you'd think Robinson Cano is the worst baseball player, the biggest whiner and the most despicable human being ever.

In reality, he's not that bad of a guy. Or that bad of a player, really.

But if ever there was a time to acknowledge the honeymoon phase of his 10-year, $240 million contract with the Seattle Mariners is over, it sure seems like now.

Robinson Cano: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation Surrounding Mariners 2B

Just two years into his massive 10-year, $240 million deal, second baseman Robinson Cano may already be devising an exit plan from the Seattle Mariners.  

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Robinson Cano Injury: Updates on Mariners Star's Hernia and Recovery

A disappointing season for the Seattle Mariners is ending with injury woes for star second baseman Robinson Cano, who will have offseason surgery for a sports hernia.

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