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The sparse crowd on a dreary evening responded with a Bronx cheer.
The five-time All-Star struck out swinging and the fans mocked him with cheers.
When Cano took his position at second base, the Bleacher Creatures didn’t chant his name, as they did for so long. Instead, they shouted: “You sold out!”
A well-trimmed beard. A Seattle Mariners “S” on the navy cap. And questions about being heckled by the only fans he knew for the first nine years of his career.
Boos or cheers, he said.
Never as popular as Derek Jeter or Mariano Rivera, there was plenty of talk about the reception Cano would get. He playfully participated in a Monday sketch on “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon that showed both sides of the crowd equation.
Given a chance to boo a life-sized picture of Cano in a Manhattan park, each self-professed Yankees fan let him have it. But when the real Cano popped out from behind the poster wall, they gushed their appreciation and hugged the smiling star.
“I have to understand the fans. They’re not going to cheer for you here. They’re going to boo for you because you’re on the opposite team,” he said.
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