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There were a couple interesting things that New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano said during the All-Star Media Day. I’m glad he shot done all questions related to Biogenesis and free agency instead focusing on his team on the field. What I enjoyed the most was to see that he’s optimistic about the second half of the season when the cavalry shows up.
On the state of the Yankees…
“We’ve just got to get the rest of the guys back. We’re still playing pretty good baseball now. We’re not in first place, but I would say that with the guys that we have, we’ve been doing a pretty good job. Now hopefully we get the rest of the guys and we make a run.”
On the injuries…
“I know what I had to face at the beginning of the season, but I just told myself, just go there and don’t try to do too much. Just be the same guy. I’ve been playing my game and that’s what I’m going to do this year, just play my game.” (LoHud Yankees)
Hopefully those guys do get on that run hate to see a Yanke
BEST OF MAXIM
It may be only the midway point of the season, but Robinson Cano's father already is looking ahead to what uniform his son will be wearing next season.
The All-Star will become a free agent when his contract expires this offseason, but Jose Cano, a former major league pitcher, believes that the second baseman will be staying put in New York.
"I think he is coming back...
IT WAS AN ACCIDENT!
Is he a steroid user AND a child abuser?
Bonus notes from Tuesday night's MLB All-Star broadcast on FOX - the stuff that didn't make it on air!
Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano left the game after getting hit by a pitch in his first at-bat, so we never got to discuss his pending free agency.
The Yankees remain overwhelming favorites to keep Cano, but it's looking increasingly likely that he will hit the...
It may only be the midway point of the season, but Robinson Cano’s father is already looking ahead to what uniform his son will be wearing next season.
The All-Star will become available for free agency when his contract expires this offseason, but Jose Cano, a former major league pitcher, believes that the second baseman will be staying put in New York.
“I think he is coming...
and it's not with the Yankees...
Kids need to learn to steer clear of grown men when they’re in full on bro mode. Robinson Cano’s son learned this the hard way, as he was the unwilling recipient of a Bartolo Colon slap to the head as the A’s pitcher gave 2013 MLB Home Run Derby champion Yoenis Cespedes a congratulatory hug.
On second glance Colon’s head smack looks a little deliberate. Maybe Bob’s Blitz...
New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano took a 96 MPH fastball off the side of his knee in the 1st inning of the 2013 MLB All-Star game. New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey clearly felt bad about it afterwards, especially since Cano ended up leaving the game. I’m sure Yankees fans are collectively holding their breath.
Scott Boras, you over baby
Robinson Cano, you coming with me
These n***s is like rotary phones
It’s a new day, hit up KD
I don’t think Boras is overly concerned, but for those who are wishing for Jay-Z’s downfall in the sports agency world, it seems more and more that will be highly unlikely.
Pepsi has signed New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano to...
Congratulations to Oakland A’s slugger, Yoenis Cespedes, for becoming the new Home Run Derby King. Cespedes beat out Washington Nationals young phenom, Bryce Harper, by hitting 32 bombs out. But the knockout punch came from Yoenis’ Oakland A’s teammate, Bartolo Colon, who overzealous celebrated a little too much. Right before Colon hugged...
Yankees fans were left holding their breath during the first inning of tonight’s All-Star Game after their star second baseman and pretty much only healthy regular left Robinson Cano was hit on the knee by Mets pitcher Matt Harvey. Cano was visibly shaken on the play but remained in the game until Jim Leyland took [...]
Last night, during the All Star Game at Citi Filed, a Yankee fan decided to act on a dare from his Twitter followers urging him to run out onto the field.
And the 18-year old wasted no time hopping over the 3 1/2 foot barrier and dashed for second base donning his Robinson Cano t-shirt.
Security was on him like white on rice and the first one to reach him body slams the kid to the...
After Mike Trout led off the All-Star Game with a double, Matt Harvey hit Robinson Cano in the knee with a pitch.
Cano stayed in the game initially while walking to first but left the game a batter latter.
Harvey would escape the inning without allowing a run and pitch a perfect second inning before departing the game.
Told Cano got hit more in the quadriceps than the knee...
Mariano Rivera was the MVP of Tuesday night's MLB All-Star Game on FOX, but New York's biggest star was the security that stopped a fan who ran on the field.
The most exciting moment of the night happened during a commercial break, when one ambitious fan wearing a Robinson Cano shirt ran onto the Citi Field diamond, only to be leveled by a stadium security guard.
The 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be remembered for a couple of reasons. New York Mets' starting pitcher Matt Harvey plunked Yankees' second baseman Robinson Cano, forcing Cano to leave the game with a quad injury, and legendary Yankees' closer Mariano Rivera appeared in a Mid-Summer Classic for the final time amid great fanfare.
But as newsworthy...
Every so often at the trade deadline a star player gets traded that nobody saw coming. We here at The Outside Corner, however, are not intimidated by the lack of prescience of others. As such, we shall attempt to identify who some of the players that are candidates for the big, deadline surprise deal could be even though predicting something that is inherently unpredictable is something...