Robinson Cano

Seattle Mariners #22 - Second Base

  • Born: 10/22/82
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 205
  • Bats/Throws: L/R
Year Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG
2014 Mariners 103 402 51 132 25 2 7 59 39 51 8 2 .328 .389 .453

Twins trade rumors, Weds edition: Hammer, Suzuki

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Here's your morning update, with a little over 30 hours remaining until the trade deadline.

Robinson Cano and the 3-0 green light

9

Examining the rate at which Robinson Cano swings away on a 3-0 count.

53-49: M's offense can't adjust to cold July, lose

81

For the third-consecutive night the Mariners' offense left everything to be desired as they lost the first of a four-game homestand against the Baltimore Orioles.

MLB
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Colon loses perfect game in 7th vs. Mariners

Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon retired the first 20 batters he faced on Wednesday, before Robinson Cano broke up his perfect game with two outs in the seventh inning at Safeco Field in Seattle.

2014 MLB All-Star Game Thread

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Some good players in the American League "host" some good players from the National League. Oh yeah, Felix is starting also.

Puig continues Dodgers Home Run Derby tradition

Yasiel Puig continued a long-standing Dodgers Home Run Derby tradition, hitting zero home runs on Tuesday night at Target Field in Minnesota.

Indians gifts to Jeter were better than the rest

5

A look at the collection of going away presents given to Derek Jeter so far during the 2014 season.

Hisashi Iwakuma's spectacular splitter

1

The Seattle righty has taken his game to the next level in 2014, behind modifications to his pitch selection motivated by shifted preferences. But can he improve further?

49-41: Graph

101

This is a baseball game represented by a green line, and also the level of excitement contained in said game.

46-38: Chart

156

The Mariners holy shit, wait, what?

Nick Hagadone up, Mark Lowe down

The Cleveland Indians have recalled left-handed pitcher Nick Hagadone from Triple-A and sent down right-handed pitcher Mark Lowe in his place.

Robinson Cano and the Mariners after 70 games

6

If Cano doesn't hit for power, how does that alter the Mariners' new investment?

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