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Seattle Times Jul 1, 2015

Taijuan Walker, Robinson Cano lead Mariners to rare second win in row

Thanks to the starting pitching of Taijuan Walker, the hitting of Robinson Cano and and a Padres offense that made the Mariners’ attack look like a juggernaut, Seattle closed out its annual series at Petco Park with a 7-0 victory.
Tacoma News-Tribune Jun 29, 2015

Mariners notebook: Robinson Cano back in lineup a day after getting beaned

Lloyd McClendon is using an open date Monday to adjust the starting rotation for the Mariners’ upcoming series at San Diego.

Pregame lineups and notes: Robinson Cano is in the starting lineup at second base

Robinson Cano is back in the lineup after taking a throw off his forehead last night. It was a scary moment on Saturday when Taylor Featherston’s warm-up throw went sailing over the head of Albert Pujols and striking the unsuspecting Cano in the head. It left Cano woozy and with a nasty welt. But both […]
Cano back in Mariners’ lineup Sunday after errant beaning in Saturday’s game

Cano back in Mariners’ lineup Sunday after errant beaning in Saturday’s game

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Second baseman Robinson Cano returned Sunday to the Seattle Mariners’ lineup after exiting Saturday’s game when hit in the forehead by an errant infield throw. “I’m good,” Cano said prior to the game. “No headaches. It just hurts right here (pointing to the spot), but no headaches. Thank God, he didn’t hit me in the eyes.” A throw by Los Angeles shortstop Taylor Featherston in warmups drills prior to the seventh inning sailed into the Mariners’ dugout and struck Cano on the left side of his forehead. The ball hit with sufficient impact to ricochet back...
Newark Star-Ledger Jun 28, 2015
WATCH: Ex-Yankee Robinson Cano hit in head with errant throw into Mariners' dugout

WATCH: Ex-Yankee Robinson Cano hit in head with errant throw into Mariners' dugout

Second baseman is left with a knot on his forehead
Tacoma News-Tribune Jun 28, 2015

Mariners notebook: Cano back in lineup one day after getting beaned

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Second baseman Robinson Cano returned Sunday to the Seattle Mariners’ lineup after exiting Saturday’s game when hit in the forehead by an errant infield throw.

Freak injury to Robinson Cano as Mariners lose 4-2

An errant warmup throw sailed over the head and out of the reach of Angels first baseman Albert Pujols, striking Cano on the front part of his head. Coming into Saturday’s game, Cano had 12 hits in his past 10 games.

Cano avoids major injury when hit in head, but Mariners fall 4-2 to Angels

ANAHEIM, Calif. — As it turns out, the Seattle Mariners had a reason to breathe easier Saturday afternoon after their 4-2 loss to the Los Angeles Angels. It looked a lot worse for a while. Second baseman Robinson Cano was hit by an errant infield throw prior to the top of the seventh inning. It raised a knot on the left side of his forehead and left him dizzy. Cano was helped to the clubhouse, where he underwent Major League Baseball’s concussion protocol. He was cleared by medical personnel but he has a deep bruise. The Mariners characterized his status as … Read more »
Tacoma News-Tribune Jun 27, 2015

Mariners' Cano hit by throw in dugout, leaves game

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano left Saturday's game against the Los Angeles Angels after he was hit in the head by an errant throw while sitting in the dugout.

VIDEO: Cano clobbers home run, puts Angels down 3-1

Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano sent the first pitch of the eighth inning deep into the right field seats for a solo home run off of Angels reliever Fernando Salas, putting Seattle up 3-1. It was Cano's fourth home run of the year and his 24th...
Lookout Landing Jun 26, 2015

Robinson Cano, fickleness and declining greatness

Checking in on whether the Mariners have 8 more years to pay to a Casey Kotchman clone. As I sit here in the shiny, switch and button-filled Lookout Landing headquarters I struggle  to think of things that people will find relevant. Fortunately over in the corner I found a shiny red toggle hermetically sealed and labeled "In case of underperforming player on long-term contract break glass!". I did and now this article is taking forever because typing with blood seeping out of your right hand is hard and not advised. The discussion on what 2015 Robinson Cano has been for the Mariners is an...
Mariners notebook: `Meat’ of the lineup back in place; can it produce?

Mariners notebook: `Meat’ of the lineup back in place; can it produce?

SEATTLE — The All-Star heart of the Seattle Mariners’ lineup returned intact Friday night with a clear directive from manager Lloyd McClendon. It’s time to produce. Second baseman Robinson Cano and third baseman Kyle Seager returned after a one-game absence. Cano is battling stiffness in his lower back, while Seager is recovering from a bout with food poisoning. Designated hitter Nelson Cruz played in Thursday’s 7-0 loss to San Francisco despite vomiting prior to the game. “Much better,” Cano said. “I would say, `good enough.’ I’m going go out there and play.” That’s...

Pregame lineups and notes: Cano and Seager both return

Both Robinson Cano, who missed Thursday night’s 7-0 loss to the Giants, and Kyle Seager, who was out with food poisoning, have returned to the Mariners starting lineup for their series opener against the Houston Astros on Friday at Safeco Field. Nelson Cruz was also less than 100 percent prior to Thursday’s game –” a 24-hour […]
Tacoma News-Tribune Jun 11, 2015

Mariners notebook: Robinson Cano joins select 900/900 club

Hall of Fame second basemen Rogers Hornsby, Napoleon Lajoie and Joe Gordon welcome Cano and his 900 runs and 900 RBIs in first 11 seasons.

Mariners notebook: Cano joins select 900/900 club

CLEVELAND — Robinson Cano became part of a select group Wednesday when he scored his 899th and 900th career runs in Seattle’s 9-3 victory over the Indians. Cano joined Joe Gordon as the only second basemen in major-league history to “officially” reach 900 runs and 900 RBIs in their first 11 seasons. That “officially” merits quote marks because RBIs didn’t become an official statistic until 1920. Rogers Hornsby and Napoleon Lajoie, who started their careers before 1920, also reached the dual milestone. Officially or unofficially, that’s pretty good company. Hornsby, Lajoie and...

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