Originally posted on RedSoxLife  |  Last updated 11/20/13
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Surely Dustin Pedroia (left) andRobinson Cano can get alongside wellon the Red Sox infield. (Photo courtesy of Getty Images). Ben WhiteheadContributing WriterThere is a buzz surrounding this season’s Hot Stove. The “hot question” everyone is asking themselves is, “Will someone sign Robinson Cano to a $300-plus million deal?”That answer is likely, “No.” But there is a team that could pay for, and use, his services.Hear me out on this, as I do my best to explain the three reasons why Cano should sign with the Red Sox.1) Cano is under pressure in New York. He’s the type of guy that WANTS to have fun and “let it all hang out” so-to-speak. But he can’t under the Yankee umbrella. Look at how comfortable he was in a relaxed environment at the Home Run Derby when he beat Adrian Gonzalez in 2011. Look at how well he played for the Dominican Republic in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. He was able to be himself, not some stiff uptight person the Yanks want him to be. Sure Boston's not the eas...
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