Tag Archives: Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano: Why is he struggling against lefties?

(This post is being syndicated from Pinstriped Bible) From his rookie season through 2011,¬†Robinson Cano¬†batted .300/.343/.575 (116 wRC+) against lefties. Since then, he’s hit a meager .234/.298/.352 (77 wRC+). It’s certainly bizarre for a guy who previously showed no platoon … Continue reading

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Addressing the Misconception About a Cano Extension

Last week, there was a report that implied Hal Steinbrenner was ready to ditch the austerity plan: As another source told me on Wednesday, “This is the first time since George died that it appears a Steinbrenner is actually running … Continue reading

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Imagining a Mid-Season Fire Sale

Picture this worst case scenario for the Yankees: 10 to 15 games behind the division pace in mid-July. Injuries, underwhelming performance, and improved rivals set the Yankees in a seemingly insurmountable hole. The odds of a late season comeback look … Continue reading

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