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Seattle Times May 20, 2016
Mariners Robinson Cano is finally happy, healthy and hitting again

Mariners Robinson Cano is finally happy, healthy and hitting again

After struggling with injuries and illness in 2015, Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano is having a career year so far and leading a Mariners resurgence. Here’s how it happened.
CSN Baltimore May 17, 2016

Can Orioles slow down Cano, Mariners?

Seattle arrives in Baltimore after getting swept at home, but the Mariners still lead the AL West and second baseman Robinson Cano still leads the league in power stats.
Robinson Cano, Jose Altuve headline a galaxy of stars at second base in AL

Robinson Cano, Jose Altuve headline a galaxy of stars at second base in AL

Who will start at second base for the American League in the all-star game this season? It’s a tough choice with few bad options besides Robinson Cano and Jose Altuve.
Lookout Landing May 12, 2016

Should We Be Surprised by Robinson Cano's 2016?

Robinson Cano is doing dirty, nasty things to baseballs. Should we be surprised by a start this amazing, even if he isn't able to keep it up? No one can deny that thus far, the Mariners are a good baseball team. None can deny that they are the current favorite to make the playoffs out of the AL West. Not a soul can deny that Robinson Cano has led the club thus far, and has looked mighty happy to do so. While the performance of the team as a whole feels largely sustainable, individual standouts like Robbie may not be able to keep up their stellar performance. To understand just how good he's...
Lookout Landing May 12, 2016

Robinson Cano: M(o)V(errated)P

Cano is a chump. If you like Cano, you're a chump. Don't be a chump. Some folks around these parts have gotten it into their thick skulls that Cano is something other than an overpaid, greedy, lazy ballplayer. MVP? In your dreams. Maybe if the "V" stands for vapid or villainous. Thankfully, I'm here to help set the record straight. Below are the top-nine reasons why Robinson Cano is an overrated chump. 9. Cano decided (on purpose) not to be a Yankee As any MLB fan/ESPN TV scheduler knows, wearing pinstripes is an ultimate privilege for a baseball player. Anyone who chooses to walk away from...
Lookout Landing May 12, 2016

Greatness Personified

Let's celebrate Robinson Cano Day by realizing just how good Cano has been. There are a couple things to celebrate today. For one, I finished my final college exam yesterday, which is simultaneously terrifying and exhilarating. But, more importantly to you, dear reader, is that Robinson Cano is once again playing like the MVP candidate that we all thought we were getting. It's no secret that Cano's 10-year deal will likely be at least a couple years too long for M's fans, much less the Mariners front office, since they're the ones actually paying him $24 million to...
Lookout Landing May 12, 2016

Robinson Cano for MVP, an update

In which I tell you everything you've seen is true A long, long time ago, when the Seattle Mariner's playoff odds were a lowly 37%, I wrote a piece about Robinson Cano being an MVP candidate in 2016. The season hadn't even started yet. We all know what has happened since. So let's start with a line you maybe haven't seen yet. That's, uhh, a pretty solid line, shall we say? That's Robinson Cano since July 1st of last season. It's about 170ish PA's short of a full season from him and there's some interesting stuff to think about. Obviously, the 29 bombs in 500 PA's...
Newark Star-Ledger May 9, 2016

Yankees' Jacoby Ellsbury over Robinson Cano decision looks worse by the day

If the Yankees could turn back time, it's hard to imagine the team choosing to pay Jacoby Ellsbury over Robinson Cano.
Seattle Times May 6, 2016

Mariners have league leader in RBI: Robinson Cano

There isn’t just one reason why Robinson Cano went into Friday leading the American League in runs batted in with 30 and the next closest player had 24.

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