Halfway through this four-game series, Robinson Cano and the New York Yankees have somehow already battered three Cleveland Indians starters.
The red-hot Cano and the visiting Yankees will now take aim at a fill-in starter as they look for a fourth straight victory Wednesday night.
New York (4-4) has amassed eight homers among 25 runs and 31 hits in this series. Cano is 7 for 10 with three homers and seven RBIs in the first two games.
The superstar second baseman hit two solo homers in Monday's 11-6 victory. He added two doubles and a homer among his four hits Tuesday in a 14-1 rout, the Yankees' most lopsided win in Cleveland since an 18-1 win in 1931.
"When he hits the ball hard, it's usually for extra bases and drives people in," manager Joe Girardi said. "It does take some pressure off. I've seen him hit some balls in the last two days, I don't know how you can hit them any harder."
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