• Cano doesn't foresee power outage in Bronx

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated Mar 2, 2013
    "It's never going to go out of your head, that's all I can say," Cano said. "I'm going to say the same thing that I said the other day; I'm just focused on playing baseball," Cano said on Friday. “I don’t want to be a distraction to the team,” Cano said. Call it the Jeter Effect. On the other hand, if the Yankees are willing to pay top dollar simply to eliminate the chance of losing Cano as a free agent next fall, then they should make a Joey Votto-like offer and find out if wearing the pinstripes matters to their All-Star second baseman. Criticized for being too homer-reliant last year as they slugged a franchise record 245 homers, getting away from the long ball was something the Yanks had been drilling home even before Granderson was lost for 10 weeks with a fractured right forearm.
    Source: MLB.com
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