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Topic - Robinson Canó
Robinson Cano is out of his second straight game for the Seattle Mariners with a hand contusion.
Chris Young and Robinson Cano arrived in Seattle with fanfare at opposite ends of the spectrum. Seattle couldn't celebrate the arrival of Cano enough. Young was a last-second addition plucked at the end of spring training.
During their surge to get back near the top of the AL West, hitting has not been the problem for the Los Angeles Angels.
Brandon Maurer had "one of those nights" in the Seattle Mariners' 9-4 loss to the Houston Astros on Saturday night.
Chris Young couldn't overcome a slow start for the Seattle Mariners.
The sight of the Texas Rangers' pitching staff does wonders for Kyle Seager.
Felix Hernandez stopped another slide for Seattle on Sunday.
Both Kyle Gibson and Glen Perkins got much-needed bounceback outings on Friday night.
Now in his 10th season, Felix Hernandez accomplished a first on Monday night.
Danny Duffy threw six-plus strong innings and left just one pitch up. It proved to be one too many.
Retired Yankees closer Mariano Rivera says he would take Boston's Dustin Pedroia over former teammate Robinson Cano as his top second baseman.
The Seattle Mariners couldn't do anything against Houston's Collin McHugh in his first start against them this season.
Hiroki Kuroda was much better than last time out. Still, he wasn't good enough to keep Robinson Cano from leaving Yankee Stadium with two straight wins.
Robinson Cano shrugged off the boos in his return to Yankee Stadium and walked away a two-time winner.
Robinson Cano had his fuzzy beard rubbed by Derek Jeter, got a huge grin from Mark Teixeira after a close play at first base and a whole bunch of hellos from his former teammates.
"You can look around, there are young kids but now you see more veterans," Cano said. "In the past you'd just see only Felix (Hernandez). Now you've got (Fernando) Rodney, Chris Young, Felix, myself, you've got John Buck, you've got (Willie) Bloomquist, you've got a new manager that's been in the playoffs, World Series."
"Not just the game in Seattle, but it's emotional for me," Cano said. "I'm very emotional and happy, because I'm starting with a new team for a long time and a new time in my career."