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Checking in at a milestone: Where’s Robinson Cano’s place in history?

Baseball’s a difficult game, especially as a hitter. Boston Red Sox great Ted Williams once explained that you’re supposed to hit a round ball with a round bat and hit it square. 419 more words


Robinson Cano hits 300th career home run, rookie card affordable

Here’s a future hall of famer achieving another milestone in his career.

Robinson Cano of the Seattle Mariners hit his 300th career home run to straightaway center field last night. 117 more words


From shortest to tallest, Sports Illustrated lists best players at every height (we list cool cards for several)

You can probably guess who the shortest and who the tallest current baseball player is on this list by Sports Illustrated.

But it’s worth a read to see all the best players listed at each height between Houston Astros’ Jose Altuve (5’6″) and New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge (6’7″). 118 more words

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Mariners Crush Angels, 8-1

SEATTLE (AP)   —  Nelson Cruz hit a three-run homer, Mitch Haniger was a double short of the cycle and Andrew Albers pitched six scoreless innings as the Seattle Mariners gained ground in the wild-card chase with an 8-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday night. 139 more words


Seattle Mariners sweep A's out of Seattle with a 10-2 victory on Sunday

by Charlie O. Mallonee

The Oakland Athletics have a major problem to solve between now and the beginning of the 2018 season. They have to figure out how to win games on the road. 1,228 more words


Cano, Albers Lead Mariners To 10-2 Win Over A's For Sweep

SEATTLE (AP) — Robinson Cano seems to have rediscovered his home run stroke just when the Seattle Mariners need it most.

Cano homered for the second consecutive game and drove in four runs, Andrew Albers took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Oakland Athletics 10-2 Sunday to complete a three-game sweep. 766 more words


Wild pitch in the ninth inning gives Mariners a 7-6 win over A's

by Charlie O. Mallonee

The Oakland Athletics lost their fifth game in a row as they dropped a 7-6 decision to the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night at Safeco Field. 1,134 more words