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Robinson Cano powers Estrellas Orientales to Dominican Winter League finals

I'm starting to think Robinson Cano is doing a little more than testing out his big toe. For those of you who don't know, that was the rationale given for why Cano sought—and then received—permission from the Mariners to play with his hometown Estrellas Orientales is the Dominican Winter League. Greg Johns with the word: "Robinson approached us about playing games in the Dominican Winter League and we have granted him permission to play in a limited amount of games," Zduriencik said. "Robinson has reported to us his broken right pinkie toe is fully healed and he wants to get on a...
Seattle Times Jan 9, 2015
Mariners give Robinson Cano permission to play some games in Dominican Republic

Mariners give Robinson Cano permission to play some games in Dominican Republic

Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano has received permission from team officials to play some games in the Dominican Winter League.

Friday notebook:Cano to test toe in Winter Ball

Robinson Cano will soon take the field in the Dominican Republic plus a big weekend for some future Mariners.

Mariners' Robinson Cano to test toe in winter ball

Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano will soon take the field in the Dominican Republic. Plus, a big weekend for some future Mariners.

Cano gets club’s permission to play in Dominican

Look for Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano to test his recovery from a broken toe by playing in a handful of games in winter ball before arriving in February to begin spring training. General manager Jack Zduriencik confirmed Cano sought, and received, the club’s permission to participate “in a limited amount of games” in the Dominican Winter League. “Robinson has reported to us his broken right pinkie toe is fully healed,” Zduriencik said, “and (he) wants to get on a baseball field to test it before reporting for spring training. “We look forward to Robinson reporting to...

Mariners confirm Robinson Cano playing in limited number of Winter League games

A few days ago, there were reports that Robinson Cano was granted permission to play in some winter league baseball games in the Dominican Republic. The Mariners confirmed that report today. Here's the statement from general manager Jack Zdurienick: “Robinson approached us about playing games in the Dominican Winter League and we have granted him permission to play in a limited amount of games. Robinson has reported to us his broken right pinkie toe is fully healed and wants to get on a baseball field to test it before reporting for spring training. We look forward to Robinson reporting to...
Rotoworld Jan 9, 2015

Robinson Cano's broken toe fully healed - Robinson Cano (2B) Seattle Mariners

The Mariners announced Friday that Robinson Cano's fractured right pinkie toe is fully healed.
KFFL Jan 9, 2015

Mariners | Robinson Cano to test to in winter ball

Seattle Mariners 2B Robinson Cano (toe) has received permission from the team to test his ...
Lookout Landing Jan 4, 2015

The stolen bases of Robinson Cano

If you don't want to read about every stolen base attempt by Robinson Cano in 2014 then this article might not be for you... In 2014, Robinson Cano SMASHED his previous career high in stolen bases (by 25%!!!), swiping 10 bases. Double digits! His 13 attempted stolen bases were also a career high. Never a "speed guy", Cano had only successfully stolen more than five bases in a season twice in his career. And then, at age 31, in the first year of a 10-year, $240 million deal, he set a new career high. This seems... kinda weird. I'm all about Cano dispelling the misconception that he doesn't...

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