• Cano's four hits key Yankees' winning rally

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Aug 21, 2013
    Cano became the 16th player to hit 200 home runs in a Yankees uniform. Overall, among all players through their first nine seasons, Cano is tied with Eddie Mathews for 23rd in extra-base hits, is 21st in total bases and is 18th in hits. Cano connected for his three-run drive off starter Esmil Rogers in the third inning, depositing the ball into Monument Park beyond center field, where the milestone ball was retrieved by a member of the Yankees' security staff. "He's been swinging the bat really well, and that's special," Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. "Two hundred home runs that's a lot of home runs, and obviously, he's got a lot of career left in him. He had a big day. Arizona Gold mine Arizona defeated Cincinnati, 5-2, with Paul Goldschmidt hitting a grand slam to pace the offense. With the homer his 31st of the year
    Source: MLB.com
    • MLB Notebook: Cano in elite company at second

      Four players in history played at least 1,000 games at second base and had at least 3,000 career hits, including Rod Carew, whose hit totals through six years Robinson Cano could match this year.
      Source: MLB.com

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