11:18 PM EDT, Mon March 30, 2015

MARINERS 5, INDIANS 2 (AT PEORIA STADIUM)

THE FACTS: Robinson Cano’s two-run double highlighted a three-run fifth inning Thursday night that carried the Mariners to a 5-2 victory over Cleveland at Peoria Stadium. Right-hander Taijuan Walker turned in four more scoreless innings in his bid to win a spot in the rotation. He walked two and gave up two hits while striking out five. He has 12 scoreless innings in his four spring starts. “I feel like there’s still some work left to do, definitely,” Walker said. “I’ve got to get my innings up to five or six. But everything feels good.” Walker worked himself into a … ...
Tacoma News-Tribune Mar 17, 2015

Mariners' Cano cherishes final memories with grandfather

Robinson Cano needed to clear his throat. A lump the size of a baseball was building as he spoke about his grandfather, Ovidio Cano, and what he had meant to…
Seattle Times Mar 13, 2015
M’s Robinson Cano cherishes final memories with grandfather

M’s Robinson Cano cherishes final memories with grandfather

Just over a week ago, Ovidio Cano succumbed to a year-long battle with lung cancer. He was 75. Cano left for the Dominican Republic the next day and stayed through the funeral. He re-joined the Mariners on Friday.

Mariners notebook: Cano back in camp

PEORIA, Ariz. — Second baseman Robinson Cano, as expected, returned Friday to camp after missing five days to attend his grandfather’s funeral in the Dominican Republic. Cano wasn’t in the lineup for the game against Milwaukee but is expected to play Saturday against Arizona at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale. While in the Dominican, Cano said he found time to work out. “I didn’t just want to sit around at home,” he said, “and start crying with the whole family. I wanted to keep my mind busy. Other personnel updates: *Outfielder Rickie Weeks shows progress in recovering from a...
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 12, 2015

Were Mets serious about chasing Robinson Cano before he signed with Seattle Mariners?

The Mets did meet with Cano's agent, Jay-Z, in November 2013 but did not make a run for the second baseman. He ultimately signed a 10-year, $240 million contract with the Mariners after leaving the Yankees.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 1, 2015

Why Mets think Juan Lagares has some similarity to Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano and can leadoff

As the Mets work to hone his approach, the coaches also are quick to offer a reminder. Despite his warts, Lagares hit .281 last year.
MetsBlog Feb 28, 2015

Kevin Long broke down most of the team’s hitters talking to media Saturday and said…

1. He will use Robinson Cano as a model for Juan Lagares, especially as it pertains to how he sees the ball. He believes has a lot of potential at the plate, “I’m excited about this player,” 2. Ideally …

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