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Mariners Have Pair Of Important Series Coming Up, Try To Keep Faint Playoff Hopes Alive

When the Seattle Mariners signed second baseman, Robinson Cano to a mega 10-year, $240 million contract going into the 2014 season, big things were expected of the M’s. Those expectations only increased this season, after narrowly missing out on a playoff berth a year ago, but unfortunately for the Mariners, they’ve turned out to be arguably the most disappointing club in all...
Via Baseball Essential
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Seattle Mariners’ Robinson Cano sidelined by abdominal strain

After struggling through much of the first three months of the season, second baseman Robinson Cano has recently been playing like the guy who deserves the $24 million a year he makes as a member of the Seattle Mariners. But his fine month of July is on hold at the moment.  Cano sat out the series finale against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday with what manager Lloyd McClendon...
Via OutsidePitchMLB
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Don't Count Seattle Out Yet

In case you haven't noticed, the American League has been fascinating this season. With a couple days off to reflect, here's one interesting viewpoint to consider: nobody in the AL can be counted out of the playoffs. Not yet. At the break, the biggest margin separating an aspiring playoff team from MLB's second wild card is eight games, a distinction belonging to the Oakland Athletics...
Via The Sports Post
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano dealing with stomach ailment all season

It’s been a disappointing second season in Seattle for Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano, but we finally may know one of the reasons he’s struggling – Cano is reportedly dealing with acid reflux, a stomach ailment that came about when Cano was treated with antibiotics for a stomach parasite in October. Some of the details via USA Today… Cano was in the midst of...
Via The Outside Corner
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Are the New York Yankees still right to let Cano walk?

Robinson Cano left the New York Yankees in 2013 and had the majority of Yankees fans questioning how the team could replace such a phenomenal talent. Not only did Yankees fans lose the best player on the team, they lost a player who played an exemplary defense, one with a strong arm, could score runs with ease, and hit over .300 consistently. When Cano became a free agent in 2013...
June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano dons catcher’s mask after getting hit by ball in dugout (vid)

Robinson Cano fortunately avoided suffering a concussion after he was plunked in the head by an errant baseball while hanging in the dugout during Saturday’s tilt between the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels.  And he demonstrated a pretty good sense of humor regarding the entire incident by jokingly donning a catcher’s mask in the...Read More The post Robinson Cano dons...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano Isn’t Just Aging

The Mariners have not gotten the production they were expecting from Robinson Cano so far. I know, bold statement. Surely the Mariners prepared themselves for paying Cano handsomely well into his decline years, giving him $240 million over ten years starting with his age-31 season. Still, nobody could have anticipated the steep drop in total […]
Via Fangraphs
June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Cano leaves game after being hit in head

Robinson Cano left Saturday’s Angels-Mariners game after being hit in the head between innings. The Angels were warming up defensively prior to the start of the seventh inning and someone sailed a throw over first baseman Albert Pujols’ head. The ball went into the Mariners’ dugout and nailed Cano in the head. The Mariners second...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano's slump: The good news, the bad news

If you just look selectively at some of the names, it doesn’t seem so bad. So far this year, through a little more than a quarter of the season, Robinson Cano has hit about as well as Matt Kemp. He’s hit a little better than Troy Tulowitzki, and a lot better than Carlos Gonzalez and […]
Via Fangraphs
May 26, 2015  |  Discuss

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