Seattle’s Robinson Cano, pictured, has combined with Kyle Seager and Robinson Cano to give the Marinerrs’ batting order a ‘Big Three’ in the second through fifth spots in the batting order.
Seattle’s Robinson Cano, pictured, has combined with Kyle Seager and Robinson Cano to give the Marinerrs’ batting order a ‘Big Three’ in the second through fifth spots in the batting order. David Zalubowski The Associated Press
Seattle’s Robinson Cano, pictured, has combined with Kyle Seager and Robinson Cano to give the Marinerrs’ batting order a ‘Big Three’ in the second through fifth spots in the batting order. David Zalubowski The Associated Press

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