Robinson Cano is batting cleanup for the first time in his Mariners career on Wednesday. While with the New York Yankees, he did it in 158 games, hitting .328 in that role.
Robinson Cano is batting cleanup for the first time in his Mariners career on Wednesday. While with the New York Yankees, he did it in 158 games, hitting .328 in that role. Ted S. Warren AP
Robinson Cano is batting cleanup for the first time in his Mariners career on Wednesday. While with the New York Yankees, he did it in 158 games, hitting .328 in that role. Ted S. Warren AP

Mariners notebook: Cano gets a look as the cleanup hitter

July 20, 2015 02:41 PM

UPDATED July 21, 2015 06:05 AM

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