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Lookout Landing Jul 22, 2015

Robinson Cano, Dead Money, and a Rebuttal

Like any long term contract, Robinson Cano's contract should be filled with dead money towards the end of the deal. But does that make him less valuable now? Earlier this week, Dave Cameron wrapped up his annual trade value series over on FanGraphs with a look at the least valuable trade assets in baseball. The five players who appeared on this list all have a significant amount of dead money owed to them over the next few years. It's basically a who’s who of aging veterans who were signed to long, expensive contracts. At the top (or bottom) of this list of toxic assets is none other than...
New York Post Jul 18, 2015

Robinson Cano shows Yanks what $240M could have bought

Sweet dreams are made of Robinson Cano in the box at the Stadium, and who are the Yankees to disagree following Saturday’s display, in which the One Who Got Away...
Newsday Jul 18, 2015

Bronx boobirds put Robinson Cano back in swing of things

For all the 46,119 fans who attended Saturday's game in the Bronx, we'd like to convey the message that yes, Robinson Cano heard you. Loud and clear.
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 18, 2015

Robinson Cano silences boos in the Bronx by hitting 2 HRs vs. Yankees

Cano had a monster day against his former team
Lookout Landing Jul 18, 2015

More Boos as the Mariners out-dinger the Yankees, 4-3

Robinson Cano beat the Yankees with two dingers on Saturday. The Mariners selfishly took credit for the win. This is going to be a story about my favorite tweet of the year. But first, the buildup. It started out like any other day, really. Cloudy, a bit humid, 46,000 people crammed into an open-air shopping mall with seats. A cathedral of the least oppressed singing hymns to a god of payroll flexibility and unashamed navel gazing. The strangest inferiority complex in all of professional sports. That bastard, Robinson Cano. Pineda didn't even get a chance to remind the Mariners what...
Baltimore Sun Jul 18, 2015

Cano Homers Twice For Mariners In 4-3 Win Over Yankees

NEW YORK (AP) - Robinson Cano snapped a season-long slump with a pair of two-run homers against his former team, Hisashi Iwakuma pitched neatly into the sixth and the Seattle Mariners held on to beat the New York Yankees 4-3 Saturday.
River Ave. Blues Jul 18, 2015

Comeback falls short, Cano crushes Yanks in 4-3 Mariners win

Annoying game is annoying. Losses happen, that doesn’t bother me, it’s just how they lost. Getting smacked around by Robinson Cano, almost coming back in the ninth inning but falling short … blah. The Mariners won Saturday’s game 4-3. Too Much Rest, Too Much Cano The “too much rest” monster came to get Michael Pineda [...] Comeback falls short, Cano crushes Yanks in 4-3 Mariners win is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Comeback falls short, Cano crushes Yanks in 4-3 Mariners win appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
New York Post Jul 18, 2015

Vengeful Cano sticks it to Yanks — twice — as rally falls short

While the Yankees continue to look for Robinson Cano’s replacement, Cano showed the Yankees on Saturday why he’s pretty much irreplaceable. The second baseman, who has been mostly dreadful this...
New York Daily News Jul 18, 2015
Robinson Cano bombs 2 HRs as Mariners beat Yankees, 4-3

Robinson Cano bombs 2 HRs as Mariners beat Yankees, 4-3

Robinson Cano always did like hitting at Yankee Stadium. It was just like old times for the former Bomber second baseman on Saturday.
Newsday Jul 18, 2015

Robinson Cano hits two two-run home runs as Yankees fall to Mariners

As much as he has struggled this season, Robinson Cano still represents a void the Yankees have yet to fill. He might not have been the type of player to always keep fans on the edge of their seats, but he still does have the power to put baseballs into those seats.
Lookout Landing Jul 18, 2015

42-49: Chart

Robinson Cano good baseball person Taxi Driver: Robinson Cano (.437 WPA) Gangs of New York: Logan Morrison (-.060 WPA)
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 18, 2015
Robinson Cano blasts 2 home runs, Seattle Mariners down Yankees, 4-3 | Rapid reaction

Robinson Cano blasts 2 home runs, Seattle Mariners down Yankees, 4-3 | Rapid reaction

Cano made it look easy Saturday as the Yankee bats were quiet

Cano back to his old self in two-homer game against Yankees

Robinson Cano has hit eight home runs this season. A quarter of them came within an hour and a half of one another this afternoon at Yankee Stadium. Cano’s first two-homer game since he left New York lifted the Mariners to a 4-3 win against the Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Cano had three of the […] The post Cano back to his old self in two-homer game against Yankees appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 18, 2015

WATCH: Ex-Yankee Robinson Cano hits 2-run HR off Michael Pineda

It was Cano's first homer at Yankee Stadium as an opposing player
New York Post Jul 17, 2015

How Robinson Cano explains the 2015 disaster — and why it’ll turn

For a full decade, Robinson Cano was as reliably consistent as Eastern sunrises and mom’s cooking. A typical trivia moment might be, “Other than Robbie Cano, name someone last season...

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