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Robinson Cano likes the way the Mariners’ lineup is constructed

Robinson Cano likes what the Mariners have done with their lineup for the 2018 season. In fact, it reminds him of a time when he was hitting second for the New York Yankees and they won the 2009 World Series. “I always say this: for you to win, you have to have a real leadoff and a second-hole hitter,” Cano told Danny, Dave and Moore, bringing up Seattle’s leadoff man Dee Gordon...
Via MyNorthwest.com
1 day ago

Ichiro, Cano, Romine return from injuries

The Mariners made some welcome improvements on the health front Wednesday, regaining second baseman Robinson Cano, left fielder Ichiro Suzuki and utility man Andrew Romine from injury absences.
Via Mariners.com
2 days ago

Robinson Cano out less than a week due to hamstring issue

The Seattle Mariners got good news on Robinson Cano’s hamstring injury Monday.Cano will reportedly miss no more than two to three days with a minor hamstring issue, which should not endanger his status for the start of the regular season. Given Cano was bothered by a quad injury last year, this is good news. Barring any unexpected setbacks, he should be back for Opening Day. That...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Cano has Grade 1 strain of left hamstring

An MRI on Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano on Monday revealed a Grade 1 strain of his left hamstring, and it will keep him out of action for the next five to seven days.
Via Mariners.com
11 days ago

Injury Notes: Cano, Delgado, White Sox, Finnegan

The latest updates on some injury situations around the game… Minor left hamstring tightness forced Robinson Cano out during the second inning of today’s Mariners/Reds game, and the second baseman will receive an MRI tomorrow.  Cano told reporters (including the Seattle Times’ Ryan Divish) that he doesn’t believe the injury is serious, comparing it a hamstring issue from last season...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Noah Syndergaard now has his own signature bat called ‘Thor’s Hammer’

Noah Syndergaard is taking his alter-ego to a whole new level.The New York Mets right-hander now has his own signature bat called “Thor’s Hammer,” equipment manufacturing company SSK Baseball USA announced in an Instagram post on Friday. The company has also produced signature items for other prominent MLB endorsers such as Robinson Cano of the Seattle Mariners and Javier Baez of...
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

MLB's top 10 second basemen for 2018

To be among the top second basemen in today’s game requires being adept at more than just one or two facets of the game. You cannot just get on base regularly or steal a ton of bases. At the same time, it takes more than just elite glove work or the ability to hit the ball over the fence habitually. Today’s top-tier second sackers bring a lot to the table, and many do the heaviest...
Via Yardbarker
February 20, 2018  |  Discuss

Dee Gordon posts thank you to Miami after trade to Mariners

Dee Gordon is headed for a new team and a new position.Gordon was traded from Miami to Seattle on Thursday in exchange for three minor leaguers. The Mariners also acquired $1 million in international pool money as part of the deal, which they could use to entice Shohei Ohtani to sign with them.Upon being traded, Gordon shared the following image and caption on Twitter and Instagram...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Mariners acquire All-Star Dee Gordon from the Marlins

Let the firesale commence. With rumors swirling about that the new Miami Marlins ownership group is set to cut a ton of payroll, the first shoe has apparently dropped.No. It’s not Giancarlo Stanton. Instead, The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal is reporting that Miami has traded two-time All-Star infielder Dee Gordon to the Seattle Mariners. Gordon, 29, hit a robust .308 with an NL-best...
Via Sportsnaut
December 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Mariners interested in signing Carlos Santana

The Seattle Mariners could be adding another big bat this offseason.Jon Morosi of MLB Network reported on Monday that the Mariners have interest in Cleveland Indians free agent slugger Carlos Santana. Morosi does add however that the two sides have yet to engage in any substantial talks. Santana, 31, clubbed 23 home runs and 79 RBIs on a .259/.363/.455 slash line last season while...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 13, 2017  |  Discuss

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