Cano money, Cano problems

Since signing a monster contract prior to the 2014 season, Robinson Cano has performed relatively well in Seattle, slashing .300/.358/.450 (not a great deal lower than his career line) for the Mariners. The one thing he can’t slash, however, is team’s ballooning payroll. With the 33-year-old second baseman owed $24 million for each of the next eight […]
Via Baseball Essential
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Is it time for a Robinson Cano/Yankees reunion? I say yes!

Two years ago around this time, the Yankees were backing up the Brinks' truck to Jacoby Ellsbury's house, while they were pleading poverty to Robinson Cano. So how has that decision worked out so far? Horrible, I say.Since the Yankees let Cano walk, something I was furious about at the time and am still peeved over, second base has been a disaster for the Yankees, most notably with...
Via Subway Squawkers
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano opens RC22 DREAM School in Dominican Republic

Last week, Robinson Cano found his name in the news after Andy Van Slyke ripped him, saying he got the general manager, hitting coach, manager and coaching staff of the Mariners fired. This week, Cano was in the news for something much more positive in nature. On Tuesday in the Dominican Republic, there was a ribbon cutting ceremony for the above pictured RC22 DREAM School. According...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Cano will be happy in Seattle -- if Mariners win

Just on the off-chance you missed it, erstwhile professional baseball star and coach Andy Van Slyke recently went on the radio and said some intemperate things about Yasiel Puig, Clayton Kershaw and Robinson Cano. The Puig stuff is . . . well, you know. It'€™s not really anything we haven'€™t already read in Molly Knight's book, so aside from Van Slyke and his son — Puig'...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano Is the Root of the Yankees’ Problems

The offseason is a great time to reflect on the past: milestones that have been reached, records that have been broken, and moves that were and weren’t made. In this case I will reflect back to 2013, when plenty of  New York Yankees fans had what they thought to be a franchise player in Robinson […]
Via Baseball Essential
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Why Robinson Cano to the Yankees Makes Sense

Nearly two years ago, Robinson Cano did the unthinkable. He left New York for a bigger contract. He went after the money and was rewarded with a ten-year $240MM dollar contract from the Seattle Mariners. No one blamed Cano for taking such a contract and leaving New York. It was just hard to fathom that […]
Via Baseball Essential
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Not so fast: Mariners GM Dipoto refutes reports of Cano's discontent in Seattle

Is Robinson Cano really unhappy in Seattle? 'Quite the opposite', says the club's GM.  Joe Nicholson USA TODAY SportsOver the past few days, some whispers have surfaced indicating that second baseman Robinson Cano is 'not happy' with the Seattle Mariners and was hopeful of a return to New York.On Monday, however, Cano tweeted out a video showing him hard at work in the weight room...
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The Myth Of Loyalty In Professional Sports

In the last few days I’ve had some really interesting conversations about two of our local pro teams, the Seattle Seahawks and Mariners, and the decisions that each are facing. The common theme of these conversations was loyalty. What does loyalty mean to an organization? What does it mean to a player? And perhaps most importantly, what does it mean to a fan of the team? Most of...
Via Oregon Sports News
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Seattle Mariners Rumors: Robinson Cano is not unhappy with team

Troy Taormina-USA TODAY SportsRobinson Cano signed a massive contract with the Seattle Mariners a couple years back and left the New York Yankees. It was a bit of a surprise and things have not been going too terribly well for the Mariners. They are certainly growing their team and moving closer to contention, but they aren’t quite there yet. Rumors have begun flying around that...
Via Sports-Glory
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners: A new Catcher, Robbie Cano dissatisfied(?), and more

New Mariners Catcher, Chris Ianetta A new Catcher The Mariners, desperately thin at Catcher, signed former LA Angel (of Santa Monica), Chris Ianetta. The 32 year old, Ianetta is a 10 year veteran who should help the young and struggling Mike Zunino out. More known for defense than offense, last year, Ianetta hit .188 with 10 home runs and 34 RBI in 92 games. He has signed a 1...
Via Seattle Side Up!
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano shares curious video amid rumor that he wants out of Seattle, back to NY

Seattle Mariners second baseman€™ Robinson Cano saw much better days as a New York Yankee. Alex Gallardo FR170211 APCome spring, Robinson Cano will be entering the third year of a 10-year, $240 million contract he signed with the Seattle Mariners in December of 2013.The money sure is green in Seattle but the 33-year-old second baseman has discovered the grass is not right now...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

How much is Robinson Cano worth?

Last week, Robinson Cano‘s name found itself in the news, because someone decided to ask a presumably drunk former coach for his opinions while someone else was recording. The news cycle subsequently spent its weekend worshiping at the altar of football, but now we’re back to Cano again, this time for a different reason. John Harper wrote a piece for the Daily News, and within...
Via Fangraphs
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dissatisfied in Seattle: Does Robinson Cano really want out already?

May 9, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano (22) before a game against the Oakland Athletics at Safeco Field. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports Jennifer Buchanan USA TODAY SportsLate last week, ex-Seattle Mariners first base coach Andy Van Slyke appeared on a radio program in St. Louis and absolutely went off on second baseman Robinson...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Yasiel Puig: Huge Price Tag, Huge Potential, Huge Risk

“The saddest thing in life is wasted talent.” The biggest story in baseball this past weekend may have been the ill-advised comments by ex-Mariners coach Andy Van Slyke, the father of Dodgers outfielder Scott Van Slyke, who took to the airwaves to rip Robinson Cano and then implied that Clayton Kershaw recommended to management that Yasiel Puig be traded. Imagine the awkward...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Wind Up: As the Baseball World Turns

What a week for baseball. There were several trades—though none were Earth-altering. On top of that, it’s been your basic dose of ordinary minor moves like waiver claims, predictable roster cuts—well, actually, John Axford was cut—and plenty of drama. Oh, the drama. Trouble in Miami? The Miami Marlins are trading José Fernández, folks. The #Marlins are willing to trade...
Via The Sports Post
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-Mariners Coach: Robinson Cano ‘Cost People Their Jobs’ With Poor Play

The Seattle Mariners made Robinson Cano a very, very rich man. On the field, though, Cano’s play hasn’t really reflected his price tag. Sure, Cano has a 9.8 cumulative WAR over his first two seasons, which isn’t horrible. When you factor in his 10-year, $240 million contract, however, it’s only fair to wonder if he’s been worth the money. Former Mariners coach Andy Van...
5 days ago  |  Discuss

It's a ripping for Robbie!

There is plenty of blame for the sad state of affairs that made Jogginson Cano a Seattle Mariner, or me even referring to him as "Jogginson Cano."In another universe - a happier universe - he should be Robbie, a Yankee, and nine years from now, his uniform would hang in Monument Park. But everybody got a little crazy. The Yankee brain trust refused to negotiate with Cano early on...

Ex-M's coach Van Slyke: 'Coaches got fired because of Cano'

Call it sour grapes if you like, or perhaps just an old-school player out of touch with today’s athlete.Call it a jilted coach steaming over losing his job perhaps, or even another instance of the schism that exists between American-born players and Latin ballplayers.One thing everyone can call what Andy Van Slyke did on Thursday: One hell of a rant against Robinson Cano … and...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Van Slyke: Robinson Cano ‘cost people their jobs’

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...
Via Sportsnaut
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Van Slyke rips Robinson Cano, says he got people fired

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...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

StaTuesday: Final Twins defensive ratings

Back in late July, we presented the initial results of the Society of American Baseball's (SABR) Defensive Index rankings (SDI).   As we mentioned over the summer, according to SABR, these rankings account for roughly 25 percent of the selection process used in determining each season's Gold Glove winners, which were announced last week.   The Defensive Index is compiled from different...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Did the Seattle Mariners Have a Successful Season?

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking you through all 30 MLB teams, discussing their positives and negatives from the year that was. Regardless of how lopsided it may get, we will stay the course and ultimately determine whether or not their 2015 efforts resulted in a successful season. The last year the Seattle Mariners were in the playoffs was 2001: Ichiro’s rookie (and...
Via The Sports Post
16 days ago  |  Discuss

What Might A 2016 Seattle Mariners Roster Look Like? A Glimpse At Free Agency And Beyond

As new GM Jerry Dipoto has stated, there are a few core players – namely Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz, Kyle Seager, and Felix Hernandez – to build the 2016 roster around. A few more games of the ALCS, then the World Series, and the winter meetings before free agency really heats up. Then Seattle Mariners fans can see what they have in Dipoto. Here’s a look at what next season’s...
Via Oregon Sports News
October 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Mariners Robinson Cano Undergoes Sports Hernia Surgery

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano underwent sports hernia surgery Tuesday in Philadelphia and is expected to miss the next six weeks of workouts. The surgery repaired a right side and left side core muscle injury, according to GM Jerry Dipoto. Dr. William Meyers of the Vincera Institute performed the surgery. Cano is expected to be back and ready well before Spring Training...
Via Baseball Essential
October 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Mariners' Cano has core muscle surgery, should be ready for spring

  Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano has undergone surgery to repair core muscle injuries and is expected to be OK for spring training. Seattle general manager Jerry Dipoto made the announcement Tuesday after Cano's surgery was complete. The surgery was done in Philadelphia to fix injuries on Cano's left and right sides. The recovery time is expected to be six weeks. The 32-year...
Via AP on Fox
October 13, 2015  |  Discuss
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