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WPIX Channel 11

Mostly Yankee talk, with ramblings about other sports happenings sprinkled in.

Updated: 2014-10-05T00:04:28.654-04:00


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Good morning, I'm Robinson Cano.

I'm 23 years old. I enjoy playing my music very loud, and hanging out with my buddy Melky. I play second base for the New York Yankees. I lead all AL 2B in VORP, and currently have the 2nd highest batting average in the AL. I bat ninth. Since returning from an injury in which I missed all of July, I am batting .370 and have an OPS of 1.041. I bat ninth. I lead the Yanks in doubles, despite having roughly 100 at-bats less than the rest of the regulars. I rarely strike out (ok, I rarely walk either). I bat ninth. I asked Skip (that's what I call Mr. Torre), "Why do I have to bat ninth? Who ever heard of a guy almost winning the batting title, hitting dead last in the order?" He told me there's 8 major reasons I bat ninth: Damon, Jeter, A-Rod, Abreu, Giambi, Sheffield, Matsui, Posada. Oh.

I bat ninth. For the Yankees!

Wanger 19, Over.


Beat the O's.