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ROBINSON CANO RUMORS

Seattle Mariners update: Missed opportunities

With news today that Justin Upton has been traded to the San Diego Padres, the Seattle Mariners have affirmed that they are done with this year’s free agent market. First came Jason Heyward and Yoenis Cespedes, then Melky Cabrera and Matt Kemp, and now Justin Upton, all gone from the equation. And now there are rumors that Delmon Young would like to return to Baltimore than go...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners rumors: The Nelson Cruz effect

Well it’s all but official; Nelson Cruz is now a member of the Seattle Mariners. As noted on a previous post, Nelson Cruz was one of three power-heavy hitters who the Mariners were thought to be targeting. Monday’s news proved those rumors to be true. Pending a physical, Cruz will be will be the proud owner of a four-year, $57 million deal reported to have a $1 million signing...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners rumors: The case for Delmon Young

During last year’s offseason, the Seattle Mariners made what was perhaps the most surprising deal when they signed All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano. It was also one of the more lucrative: 10 years for $240 million. This year, the Mariners may have to dig a bit deeper if they’re going to make another splash. Despite a solid pool of free agents that includes Jon Lester, Max...
Via isportsweb.com
November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners: Robinson Cano breaks toe, 3-4 weeks

Seattle Mariners All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano suffered a non-displaced fracture of his right small toe while playing in Japan’s All-Star Series, which began November 10, 2014. The injury will not require Cano to wear a cast or any kind of treatment aside from rest. However, Cano will miss the rest of the All-Star Series, forcing him to sit out the next 3-4 weeks. The injury...
Via isportsweb.com
November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano suffers fractured toe in Japan

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano suffered a fractured toe in Saturday's MLB/Japan All Star Series Game 3 when he took a pitch while batting in the seventh inning. Cano left for X-rays before the game ended, and the tests confirmed a non-displaced fracture says Anthony DiComo of MLB.com. Cano will miss the rest of the series. Source: Robinson Cano has a non-displaced...
Via Sports Injury Alert
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Mariners Injury Update: Robinson Cano leaves Japan game after hit by pitch in foot

UPDATE: MLB Network's Paul Severino said during the ninth inning of the broadcast that Robinson Cano left the stadium early for X-rays on his right toes. Cano limped out of the Tokyo Dome before the game ended.ORIGINAL: Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano took a fastball off his right foot while batting in the top of the seventh inning in Saturday's MLB/Japan All-Star...
Via Sports Injury Alert
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Fan stops eating sandwich to cheer Robinson Cano

Your browser does not support iframes.A New York Yankees fan took a break from eating his sandwich to applaud Seattle Mariners second baseman (and former Yankee) Robinson Cano as he came to the plate for his third inning at-bat during Monday night's game.The fan put the sandwich in his mouth and left it there so he could stand up and clap for Cano. Considering that most of the Yankee...
Via Holdout Sports
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Jimmy Fallon pranks fans into booing Robinson Cano to his face

On Monday night’s episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, there was a segment where New Yorkers booed a cutout of Robinson Cano and furiously changed their stance when Cano himself popped out from behind the cutout. While the skit did provide some laughs, I think it also represents the hypocrisy of the modern fan. Fans have no qualms about booing a player or talking crap...
Via Awful Announcing
April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Cano surprises booing Yankee fans on 'Tonight Show'

Tuesday night marks the first time Robinson Cano will visit the New York Yankees since bolting the Bronx and signing a 10-year, $240-million contract this past off season. Monday, he stopped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and, yes, the conversation shifted to how the new Seattle Mariners star thinks he’ll be greeted by Yankees fans. “The way I left New York,...
Via Hall of Very Good
April 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano and the Mariners are struggling and nobody seems to care

The Mariners shocked the baseball world this winter by ponying up $240 million to lure Robinson Cano away from the Yankees. In a perfect world, landing Cano would vault the Mariners into contender status, breathe some life into their perennially moribund offense and give Seattle instant credibility and notoriety. In a more realistic world, Cano’s signing would at least kickstart...
Via The Outside Corner
April 25, 2014  |  1 Comment
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