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Cano enters record books with 300th homer

Robinson Cano became the third second baseman in Major League history to hit 300 home runs in his career when he launched a solo shot off Rangers' reliever Keone Kela in the bottom of the ninth inning in Thursday's 4-2 loss at Safeco Field.
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24 days ago

Getaway Day: Class is back in session

With the All-Star Game and its festivities behind us, the pennant chase is back underway. Everything changes in this part of the year and in the brief return back to action over the weekend, we have already seen some trends emerge ahead of the trade deadline, from Jose Quintana's dominant debut in his new cross-town address in Chicago to Cody Bellinger and the Dodgers continuing...
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July 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Three Up, Three Down: The All-Star Game didn't count and it was awesome

Welcome to this week's edition of Three Up, Three Down — your weekly catch-up of the three best highlights (and lowlights) from around the league. We're here for all of the cheers and the jeers, because it's baseball. You can't have a winner without someone losing along the way.Up: The All-Star Game didn't count and it was awesome Robinson Cano was the big hero at Marlins Park on...
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July 13, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Is Robinson Cano a future Hall of Famer?

On SNY's Loud Mouths, Jon Hein and Marc Malusis debate whether or not Robinson Cano belongs in the Hall of Fame, and where the New York Yankees would be if they re-signed him in 2014.
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July 13, 2017  |  Discuss

The 'Time for vulgar displays of power' quiz

The MLB All-Star break is upon us, and the festivities begin tonight with the annual Home Run Derby. The Derby tends to be one of those events that fans get excited about, yet doesn't always deliver the goods. This year, however, should be different as the game's two best power hitters will be taking part in this year's contest.As far as MLB is concerned, 2017 has been the season...
July 10, 2017  |  Discuss

The 'Today we celebrate our Independence Day!' quiz

Happy July 4th, everyone!With apologies to both Joey Chestnutt and Takeru Kobyashi, no person or franchise in all of sports is more closely associated with Independence Day than the New York Yankees, and it goes well beyond the patriotic nickname. Newsday has a rundown of all the significant events in Bronx Bombers history that took place on this day, but there are three that stand...
July 04, 2017  |  Discuss

Reasons for hope for the Seattle Mariners offense

The Seattle Mariners currently hold an 8-12 record, and currently sit in last in the American League West. They have fallen well short of the expectations set for them in preseason, namely that they could compete for a division title and, at the very least, make an appearance in the playoffs for the first time since 2001. Their offense has struggled mightily to open the season. However...
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April 25, 2017  |  Discuss

Top 10 second basemen in baseball for 2017

There is an impressive amount of top-end talent at second base in today’s game. In both the National and American Leagues, there was an MVP finalist who plays the position, and the winner of Most Valuable Player honors in the World Series makes the position his home as well. Likewise, the batting champion in both leagues last season made his home at second base, along with one of...
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February 20, 2017  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano optimistic about Mariners' season

PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) Robinson Cano's 13th major league season starts Sunday when the Seattle Mariners gather as a full squad for the first team workout of spring training, and the seven-time All-Star was all smiles after arriving at team headquarters. There's reason for Cano's sunny disposition, despite the rain that fell Saturday in the greater Phoenix area. The Mariners came up...
Via Associated Press
February 18, 2017  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano’s 2016 Season Was a Flashback to His Yankee Days

Handing out a lucrative, multi-year contract to a player is always risky for an MLB organization, no matter how much of a no-brainer it appears to be. That risk factor goes through the roof when it’s a 10-year, $240 million deal, like the one Robinson Cano signed prior to the 2014 season. In situations like this — when a player signs a long-term deal on the wrong side of 30 — one...
Via The Sports Daily
January 18, 2017  |  Discuss
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