We've all seen it before: Robinson Cano's smooth playing style sometimes appears like more of a lack in hustle than the workings of a smooth operator. More often than not, he is focused and is just so silky smooth out there, but that isn't always the case.
Well we aren't the only ones that noticed Cano's slide in hustle towards the end of this year.
"I've talked to him about it," Girardi said. "He has played every day. He has been kind of nicked up. I've talked to him about it."
It's understandable that Cano was a little slower towards the end of the year after carrying the team on his back for most of the 2013 season.
It made me wonder though if this is what keeps Cano from reaching the level of guys like Derek Jeter. Jeter is a Yankee legend because of his world-class hustle. And he still finds a way to look good while doing it too.
If Cano is serious about his $305 million price tag, I think his lac...