Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners
Now it’s time for me to pick on the Yankees’ fans. Remember when the Yankees’ front office didn’t want to pay Robinson Cano? I do. Nice going, Yanks!
Cano has figured out and cured whatever stomach problem he had in 2014 and 2015, he finally put together the type of season that Mariners fans were hoping for when they signed him to a $240 million deal.
Cano went back to his Yankee days and scored 107 runs, smacked 39 homers and had 103 RBIs. He also hit .298 and played in 161 games.
The seven-time All-Star isn’t young anymore, but he puts very little strain on his body from his relaxed style of play. We have seen players put up good numbers at his age and he might get more days to DH, which will help him in the later months of the season.
Look for Cano to put up a similar type of numbers and produce at an elite level at second base.