Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano hasn't hit for a high average in April, but manager Scott Servais is plenty happy with the production. Cano entered Friday leading the American League in RBIs (24) and home runs (eight).
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Robinson Cano hit another home run on Wednesday night and now leads the American League with eight homers and 24 RBIs.
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What a "grand" night it was for Robinson Cano.
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SEATTLE (AP) Robinson Cano hit a grand slam and drove in six runs, Nathan Karns threw seven shutout innings and the Seattle Mariners beat the Houston Astros 11-1 on Tuesday night. Cano reached 1,000 RBIs in his career with a two-run single in the fifth and then crushed his seventh-inning grand slam. Karns (2-1) allowed two hits and struck out six while walking three. Dallas Keuchel...
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CLEVELAND (AP) Robinson Cano hit a three-run homer in the 10th inning off Cody Allen, lifting the Seattle Mariners over the Cleveland Indians 10-7 on Thursday. Cano had an early single and then an RBI double in the sixth before connecting with two outs for his sixth home run this season. He had been hitless in seven previous at-bats against Allen (0-1). Steve Clevenger, who hit...
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After an excruciatingly poor start to his season last year, Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano has come out of the gates flaming hot in 2016. The 33-year-old has gone deep four times in three consecutive games to start the season including two home runs yesterday in a 9-5 victory over the Texas Rangers, with his latest outburst inspired by a trash-talker. Reddit user atr0038...
Did you, like many others, come into this season wondering what to expect out of Robinson Cano? Did you believe that reports of his demise might be greatly exaggerated? Well, if three games are any indication, wonder no longer. He’s hit four home runs in 14 plate appearances! I don’t really need to dive too deep into his wRC+ (it’s 340), or many other stats at this point in...
Robinson Cano said he’s “100 percent happy” with the Seattle Mariners, despite rumblings to the contrary. Cano has been dogged by rumors that he’s unhappy in Seattle and regretted leaving New York, but Cano told Christian Red of the New York Daily News that this was not the case. “I don’t want to comment on that because I don’t want to make a big deal about it....
Former Seattle Mariners coach Andy Van Slyke ripped into Robinson Cano during an interview with St. Louis’ CBS Sports Radio 920 Thursday. Among other things, the former first-base coach criticized Cano’s impotence in the batter’s box and faulted him for the downfall of the organization as a whole. Brent Strecker of ESPN 710 in Seattle transcribed portions of the interview that...
Andy Van Slyke gave a scathing assessment of Robinson Cano’s performance last year for the Seattle Mariners and says his poor season led to many in the organization being fired. Van Slyke, who was a three-time All-Star during his playing career and spent the last two seasons as a Mariners coach, says Cano was so bad that he got the team’s GM, hitting coach, manager and coaching...
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