Robinson Cano will no longer call the Bronx home, but instead moves over 2000 miles to the Pacific Northwest. The newest member of the Seattle Mariners signed an Albert Pujols sized contract ever given to a second 

Robinson Cano is 31 years old. He is a great player. Five time all-star. He is seeking a 10-year contract, something in the $25-million a year range. Yes, he was worth $25 million in 2013. He will probably be worth that amount 

When the news broke, CC Sabathia called to congratulate his friend. He had spent five seasons with Robinson Cano, and now the star second baseman was headed to Seattle. He joked Cano should “look out” when they square off next year, and wished him 

Second baseman Robinson Cano cashed in with the Mariners, signing the sixth-largest contract in baseball history, at 10 years, $240 million.

Robinson Cano is 31 years old. He is a great player. Five time all-star. He is seeking a 10-year contract, something in the $25-million a year range. Yes, he was worth $25 million in 2013. He will probably be worth that amount 

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