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Apr 17, 2014
Rotoworld
Robinson Cano belted his first homer as a Mariner Thursday -- a three-run shot -- in a loss to the Rangers.
Rotoworld Apr 17, 2014

Cano launches first Mariners homer in loss - Robinson Cano (2B) Seattle Mariners

Robinson Cano belted his first homer as a Mariner Thursday -- a three-run shot -- in a loss to the Rangers.
Offensive concerns? Not yet, say the Mariners

Offensive concerns? Not yet, say the Mariners

The Mariners have lost three of four. During those, they have scored one run total. As a New York Yankees’ wordsmith once said, it’s like deja vu all over again. Seattle had just three singles, two from Robinson Cano, Sunday in a 3-0 loss to Oakland. The Mariners dropped to 6-5. The calendar contends the last four games should be viewed with caution. So does Cano. “It’s 162 games. We only played (11) games, we won already (six) games,” Cano said. “You don’t want to look for anything negative right now and try to figure it … Read more »

Lloyd McClendon and Robinson Cano on the Mariners' 3-0 loss

The Mariners lost consecutive games for the first time this season, and fell to 6-5 after losing 3-0 to Oakland Sunday afternoon.

Watch: Mariners’ Robinson Cano on Dominican Republic, his journey to MLB

All-star second baseman Robinson Cano has the Seattle Mariners off to a 5-2 start in his first season in the Pacific Northwest, and a new documentary shows his journey from the dirt diamonds of the Dominican Republic to Safeco Field. Produced by JAY-Z’s Life+Times, “Where I’m From: Robinson Cano” gives fans a glimpse into the […]

Video: Robinson Cano, ‘Where I’m from’

This is a Jay Z produced video looking at Robinson Cano’s hometown, San Pedro de Macoris, in the Dominican Republic. It also shows some of the marketing approach Roc Nation Sports will use in pushing out the brand of its top client.
Seattle Times Apr 9, 2014
Mariners’ Robinson Cano makes it look easy

Mariners’ Robinson Cano makes it look easy

Mariners’ new superstar Robinson Cano says he believes in his new team. “This team can compete with anybody, not only in our division, but the league,” he says.
Sacramento Bee Apr 7, 2014
Cano set for Seattle debut against Angels

Cano set for Seattle debut against Angels

The Seattle Mariners' $240 million investment, Robinson Cano, and a handful of other new faces will finally make their home debut after a promising opening week on the road. Seattle Mariners' Robinson Cano is congratulated after scoring against the Oakland Athletics in the third inning of a baseball game Sunday, April 6, 2014, in Oakland, Calif. Cano scored on a single by Justin Smoak.

Mariners notes: Justin Smoak coming up big behind Cano

It’s an admittedly small sample size, but new Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon has to be thrilled with the performance of first baseman Justin Smoak thus far. Smoak, 27, is being relied upon to provide protection behind star second baseman Robinson Cano in the M’s lineup, and through two games he’s done just that. The […]
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 1, 2014
LOOK: Yankees fan taunts Robinson Cano with scathing sign: 'It's all about the money'

LOOK: Yankees fan taunts Robinson Cano with scathing sign: 'It's all about the money'

A Yankees fan at the Mariners-Angels game stuck it to Cano with a sign.
Seattle Times Apr 1, 2014
Mariners and Robinson Cano begin get the season underway

Mariners and Robinson Cano begin get the season underway

The Cano era began Tuesday with a routine ground out to shortstop — let the record show that he ran it out, hard — but there is an air of expectation each time he steps to the plate.
U.S.S. Mariner Mar 31, 2014

The Troubled Mind of the M’s Fan

Odi et amo. quare id faciam, fortasse requiris? nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior -Catullus We are, thankfully, a year removed from the acrimonious debates over the Jaso/Morse trade. The past year has probably been kinder to the M’s than to most of their divisional rivals, due to a combination of injury and Robinson Cano. This post came from: U.S.S. Mariner, and is copyright by the authors. This RSS feed is intended for the personal use of readers and not, for instance, spam blogs.The Troubled Mind of the M’s Fan
New York Post Mar 28, 2014

A-Rod, Cano chatter remains quiet — at least for now

TAMPA — Miguel Cabrera agreed to his 10-year, $292 million contract and, suddenly, I was writing these two names again — Robinson Cano and Alex Rodriguez. The trio is linked...
Seattle Times Mar 28, 2014
Stars align: With Robinson Cano joining Felix, Mariners have two of the best

Stars align: With Robinson Cano joining Felix, Mariners have two of the best

The Mariners still have plenty of holes but there’s no denying this: After signing Robinson Cano to a $240 million contract, they have two of the best players in baseball, Cano and pitcher Felix Hernandez.
Seattle Times Mar 28, 2014
Robinson Cano gives Mariners the No. 3 hitter they’ve been lacking

Robinson Cano gives Mariners the No. 3 hitter they’ve been lacking

The Mariners have used several players in the No. 3 spot in the order the past decade, without much success. Robinson Cano should solve that problem.
Seattle Times Mar 28, 2014
Robinson Cano signing is nice but Mariners still have issues

Robinson Cano signing is nice but Mariners still have issues

The Mariners have defensive concerns, pitching concerns, roster versatility concerns, athleticism concerns, speed concerns and inexperience concerns. Robinson Cano and Felix Hernandez will need a lot of mascara to cover up all those problems.

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