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Jul 21, 2014
Rotoworld
Robinson Cano (hamstring) is in Monday's lineup against the Mets.
Jul 20, 2014
KFFL
Seattle Mariners 2B Robinson Cano (legs) is not in the starting lineup against the Los ...
Newark Star-Ledger Jul 23, 2014
Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon's perfect game attempt falls with Robinson Cano hit

Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon's perfect game attempt falls with Robinson Cano hit

His attempt came just three days after the Mets avoided a no-hitter.

Robinson Cano ends Bartolo Colon's perfect game in the 7th inning

Robinson Cano ended Bartolo Colon's bid for a perfect game with two outs in the seventh inning with a sharp single to left field. Colon, who is 41, had otherwise baffled the Mariners all day. He retired the first 20 batters he faced, and he promptly retired Kyle Seager after Cano's single.
Rotoworld Jul 21, 2014

Robinson Cano (hamstring) in lineup Monday - Robinson Cano (2B) Seattle Mariners

Robinson Cano (hamstring) is in Monday's lineup against the Mets.
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 20, 2014

Mariners notebook: Mariners feeling achy after All-Star break

Robinson Cano was out of the lineup Sunday because of tightness in his hamstrings, but he’s expected to be back Monday.
Mariners notebook: Cano gets day off to rest `tight and sore’ legs

Mariners notebook: Cano gets day off to rest `tight and sore’ legs

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Some post-break aches, amplified by 28 innings over the two previous days, left the Mariners short-handed in Sunday’s 6-5 loss to the Angels. Second baseman Robinson Cano wasn’t in the lineup because he is, in manager Lloyd McClendon’s words, “tight and sore” in his hamstrings. The ailment isn’t believed to be serious. Cano was in the on-deck circle as a possible pinch-hitter in the seventh inning and is expected to play Monday when the Mariners open a three-game series against the New York Mets. “He needs a day off,” McClendon said. “His legs...

Sunday's pregame notes and lineups for the Mariners vs. the Angels

  Robinson Cano is out of the lineup today. We don't meet with McClendon till about 10:45 a.m. to ask him about it. 07.20.14 Game Notes  
KFFL Jul 20, 2014

Mariners | Robinson Cano not starting Sunday

Seattle Mariners 2B Robinson Cano (legs) is not in the starting lineup against the Los ...
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 15, 2014

Mariners ace Felix Hernandez selected to be AL starting pitcher for MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday.

Felix Hernandez, along with teammates Fernando Rodney, Robinson Cano and Kyle Seager, are the first group of four Mariners to go to an All-Star Game since 2003.
Seattle Times Jul 14, 2014

Mariners’ Robinson Cano guides first-time All-Star teammate Kyle Seager

Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager is enjoying his first trip to the All-Star Game, and counting on Seattle teammate Robinson Cano to show him around.
KFFL Jul 11, 2014

Mariners | Robinson Cano strong against Minnesota

Seattle Mariners 2B Robinson Cano is hitting .484 in his last 16 games against the ...

Twinsights: Robinson Cano continues to mentor Miguel Sano

SEATTLE -- Twins third baseman Miguel Sano has officially been ruled out for the season four months after Tommy John surgery, but one of his closest supporters still believes he could make his big-league debut in 2015. Robinson Cano, the Seattle Mariners’ all-star second baseman who grew up in the same hometown as Sano, has been in recent contact with the player he has mentored since Sano’s pre-teen days. “I talked to him last week,” Cano said. “He’s getting better. We’ll see what happens in spring training. Hopefully he’s healthy. I will say he might be in the big league......

Robinson Cano turns down Home Run Derby invite

SEATTLE -- Robinson Cano will be at Target Field next week as the American League's starting second baseman.
New York Post Jul 7, 2014

10 most interesting men in baseball world for second half

Robinson Cano took the money and ran, and the theory at the time was he was running to oblivion and anonymity. Certainly not to October, positively not to greater acclaim....
Mariners notebook: Cano, Hernandez picked as AL All-Stars; others still possible

Mariners notebook: Cano, Hernandez picked as AL All-Stars; others still possible

CHICAGO — The All-Star selections became official Sunday but, as far as the Mariners are concerned…let’s just say they hope those selections remain incomplete. Here’s what is known: Robinson Cano won the fan vote and will be the American League’s starting second baseman for a fifth straight season. It’s is his sixth overall selection and, of course, his first as a Mariner. Right-hander Felix Hernandez was selected for the fifth time in his career and stands a good chance of being the starting pitcher for the July 15 game at Target Field in Minneapolis. Here’s what is possible:...
Mariners notebook: Cano and Hernandez appear All-Star locks; Anyone else?

Mariners notebook: Cano and Hernandez appear All-Star locks; Anyone else?

CHICAGO — Will the Mariners get more than two All-Stars — two seems a certainty, doesn’t it? — when the selections are announced at 4 p.m. Pacific time on ESPN? Second baseman Robinson Cano held a commanding lead last week in the final balloting update to determine the starters for the July 15 game at Minnesota. Cano is seeking his fifth straight starting assignment. Right-hander Felix Hernandez also seems a shoo-in to be selected for the fifth time in his career. Hernandez figures to receive strong consideration to start the game for the American League. But what about closer...

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