Seattle Mariners

February 25, 2016 9:39 AM

Cano dismisses offseason controversies, says he’s looking ahead to this year with Mariners

Robinson Cano says he’s “98 percent” recovered from surgery for a double sports hernia

Second baseman disputes report from New York that he regrets signing with Mariners

Cano brushes aside criticism from former coach Andy Van Slyke

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