The Mariners' Robinson Cano slides safely under the tag of Oakland shortstop Brett Lawrie (15) for a double in the seventh inning that made Cano the first player in MLB history to record 11 consecutive 30-double seasons to open a career.
The Mariners' Robinson Cano slides safely under the tag of Oakland shortstop Brett Lawrie (15) for a double in the seventh inning that made Cano the first player in MLB history to record 11 consecutive 30-double seasons to open a career. Dean Rutz Seattle Times
The Mariners' Robinson Cano slides safely under the tag of Oakland shortstop Brett Lawrie (15) for a double in the seventh inning that made Cano the first player in MLB history to record 11 consecutive 30-double seasons to open a career. Dean Rutz Seattle Times

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