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Red Reporter Oct 2, 2015

The Cincinnati Reds lost.

13. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Joey Votto got on base for the 48th consecutive game tonight, tying Pete Rose for the franchise record. Tomorrow, he'll try for 49th for the record all to himself. The Joey Vothall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game, as I like to call it. Honorable mention to I don't know, because screw it. Key Plays The Reds lost their 13th straight game 6-4 to the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 3rd to last game of the season in 12 innings. Yeah, IF you want the box score highlights to this one, you can find it as easily as I can. But why would you? Tony...
Seattle Times Oct 2, 2015

Mariners’ Cano has been playing hurt, will have surgery Oct. 13

Robinson Cano has been diagnosed with a sports hernia that he has been dealing with for more than two months; the surgery to repair it will be done in Philadelphia, followed by six weeks of recovery time.
Northwest Herald Oct 2, 2015

Jake Arrieta, Cubs beat Brewers, stay 2 games behind Pirates in wild-card race

MILWAUKEE – Jake Arrieta struck out seven in six strong innings, and the Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers, 6-1, Friday night as they tried to keep up with Pittsburgh in the race to host the NL wild-card game.
Seattle Times Oct 2, 2015

Mariners’ pregame notes and lineups: Robinson Cano scheduled for offseason surgery to repair a sports hernia

The pain in Robinson Cano’s lower abdomen hasn’t subsided for a reason. On Friday, the Mariners announced that Cano has been diagnosed with a sports hernia and will have offseason surgery on Oct. 13 in Philadelphia to repair the damage. With the end of the season three days away and Cano still experiencing pain when he […]

Royals 4, Mariners 3 (10 innings) — postgame videos, notes, links and boxscore

Game story Notebook MLB.com Highlights Boxscore   Congrats to Robinson Cano for notching his 2,000th hit – a line drive single to left in the eighth inning. He wasn’t in the mood for celebrating after the loss. But he’s the 14th player to get 2,000 hits in his first 11 seasons in the big leagues, […]
Robinson Cano nets 2,000th career hit but Mariners lose at KC

Robinson Cano nets 2,000th career hit but Mariners lose at KC

For the first time since he took over the Mariners’ closer role, Tom Wilhelmsen couldn’t close out a save opportunity.
Topeka Capital-Journal Sep 22, 2015

Guthrie allows nine runs in Royals' 11-2 loss to Mariners

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Robinson Cano homered twice and drove in four runs and Hisashi Iwakuma struck out a season-high 10 as the Seattle Mariners romped past the slumping Kansas City Royals, 11-2 Tuesday night. The AL Central-leading Royals have dropped 12 of 17. Their magic number for clinching the division remained three. Cano and Kyle Seager each hit solo homers in the first inning for Seattle, which has the league’s best record in September at 13-6 but is still three games under .500 (74-77). It was Seager’s 25th home run and his seventh in 23 games. read more
Seattle Times Sep 22, 2015

Mariners put on home-run derby in pounding Royals, 11-2

Five home runs, including two by Robinson Cano, were plenty of support for Hisashi Iwakuma, who struck out 10 and improved his record to 9-4.
New York Post Sep 19, 2015

The fantasy baseball players to keep for 2016: Is Cano one of them?

Since 2008, Robinson Cano and Dustin Pedroia have been among the best second basemen, the cream of the fantasy crop. They were easily two of the most kept players, largely...
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 18, 2015

Yankees could want stud prospect to fill Robinson Cano void, report says

Jorge Mateo could see time at second base, report says
Seattle Times Sep 9, 2015

Rangers 9, Mariners 6 — postgame video, notes and boxscore

Game story Notebook MLB.com Highlights 09.08.15 Box Score    The announced crowd of 13,389 (tickets sold) was the smallest crowd of the 2015 season. Robinson Cano hit a 98 mph fastball from Jake Diekman for a homer in the eighth. The ball went 419 feet. He has 15 homers this season, which is more than […]

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