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Mariners Insider On Robinson Cano’s Future [AUDIO]
Mariners Insider On Robinson Cano’s Future [AUDIO]
710 ESPN Seattle's Shannon Drayer shares her insight as to what she expects for the future of Cano. Also with a new rumor surfaces that relief pitcher Edwin Diaz possibly being added to the package for any team willing to take on Cano's remaining five year $120 million dollar contract, what does Drayer think a team like the Yankees or even the Mets would have to offer to get such a deal done?
Would The Yankees Take Cano To Get Diaz From The Mariners?
Would The Yankees Take Cano To Get Diaz From The Mariners?
With the MLB Winter Meetings set to begin on Sunday, December 9th the "Hot Stove" is heating up. Meaning there are more and more trade rumors and possibly big trades could start happening. The New York Yankees and the Seattle Mariners have already made a huge James Paxton trade and now with reports they've already been in talks over former Yankee Robinson Cano. So could adding one of the best Closers in the game sweeten the pot and get the deal done?
Cano Strikes First
Cano Strikes First
NEW YORK (AP) — Robinson Cano drove in a run and scored another in a most unwelcome return to Yankee Stadium, helping the Seattle Mariners beat New York 6-3 Tuesday night for their fourth win in five games. Amid lusty boos from a modest crowd on a rainy, 46-degree night, Cano began his first game in the Bronx since joining Seattle this winter for $240 million with a wink — at Yankees starter CC Sa
I’ll Be Cheering Robinson Cano
I’ll Be Cheering Robinson Cano
Sports fans are a bitter, rage-filled bunch. They have long memories and short tempers.  Taking everything personally, they’re biased, easily offended, and reluctant to forgive. They love to be angry. Which, perhaps, is why Yankee fans, whom I count myself among, will boo Robinson Cano mercilessly throughout his return to the Bronx this week – the second baseman having bolted the Bombers this offs

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