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Robinson Cano

Bats / Throws: L / R
Age: 35 (1982-10-22)
Ht / Wt: 6'0" / 210 lbs.

2017 Stats Snapshot

AVGRHRRBISBwOBA
7923971.334

Draft Prep / Rankings Snapshot

Staff RankTrendAvg ADPAuctionRound (12-team)Diff
34---27$---3.83-7.0
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2017 Player Outlook

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12/12:Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano dealt with lower body issues throughout the second half of the 2017 season, according to manager Scott Servais. The physical issues affected him both defensively and offensively. Cano posted a relatively disappointing .765 OPS with six home runs and 37 RBI in 71 games after the All-Star break. He turned 35 years old in October but is still a top-five second baseman coming into the 2018 season.--Chris Zolli - RotoBaller
Source: Greg Johns on Twitter

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Performance Trends: Last 7, 14, 30, YTD Stats

PerGABAVGOBPSLGOPSISORHRRBISBBBSOBABIP
L7624.208.240.333.573.125313015.222
L141248.250.294.375.669.1256270312.294
L3027108.324.371.481.852.157144190725.392
YTD150592.280.338.453.791.17279239714985.294

Historical Split Stats

  • 2007
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  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
SplitABH2B3BHRRRBISBBB%K%AVGOBPSLGOPSISOwOBA
vs. L19263111625390613.328.374.490.864.161.375
vs. R4251263061368584612.296.344.487.831.191.355
HOME311982141053521612.315.361.505.866.190.373
AWAY30691203940453613.297.345.471.816.173.351
vs. L1715091522221612.292.349.444.794.152.350
vs. R426112262948501310.263.286.397.683.134.294
HOME2998920273641129.298.315.448.763.151.328
AWAY29873151734311612.245.295.372.668.128.294
vs. L220681911037321414.309.335.541.876.232.374
vs. R417136291156653457.326.360.508.869.182.374
HOME314106220145447358.338.370.541.912.204.390
AWAY323982621149382411.303.333.498.832.195.359
vs. L21461811340430713.285.343.514.857.229.369
vs. R4121393321663663910.337.400.544.944.206.403
HOME309921911652671911.298.360.521.881.223.377
AWAY3171082221351422811.341.401.546.947.205.405
vs. L20464133831453514.314.354.525.879.211.375
vs. R4191243342073735614.296.347.537.884.241.374
HOME300881831652625714.293.351.533.885.240.374
AWAY3231002841252563515.310.348.533.880.223.375
vs. L2435860628260718.239.309.337.646.099.290
vs. R38413842127776831011.359.423.6851.108.326.461
HOME306931902246551715.304.359.582.941.278.400
AWAY32110329111593921013.321.397.520.917.199.389
vs. L23468120722373817.291.356.432.788.141.343
vs. R37112229020597041010.329.400.569.969.240.410
HOME2959621011385541212.325.401.508.909.183.389
AWAY310942001643523813.303.366.523.889.219.379
vs. L22867160223302910.294.356.390.746.096.326
vs. R36712021212545281010.327.398.493.891.166.382
HOME279861619353531011.308.377.470.847.161.362
AWAY316101211542477910.320.386.440.826.120.359
vs. L2266140925310518.270.308.407.715.137.310
vs. R3981183011257482715.296.348.467.815.171.349
HOME301901711143431715.299.348.472.820.173.349
AWAY323891701039361617.276.320.421.741.146.322
vs. L25871921135340416.275.316.453.770.178.330
vs. R3971242402872690813.312.370.584.955.272.396
HOME324881321749460616.272.319.481.800.210.336
AWAY3311072002258570712.323.379.583.962.260.402
vs. L1783740416210617.208.259.298.557.090.245
vs. R4141292901963761812.312.371.519.891.208.373
HOME286801801142450913.280.344.458.802.178.337
AWAY306861501237521713.281.332.448.780.167.332

Overheard in the RotoBaller Community

Robinson Cano Chatroom

ADP Arbitrage Comparables

Beat Writer Chatter

  • @shannondrayer: @Dire_Wolf87 Not an excuse and anyone who was paying attention last year would know that Cano had leg problems. Widely reported.
  • @GregJohnsMLB: @Dire_Wolf87 I talked frequently about how Cano was dealing with leg issues and wasn't moving as well defensively.… https://t.co/G0L4Yb5tYb
  • @shannondrayer: That's nearly 2 full seasons Cano has been slowed or limited by lower body issues. It was part of end of the year c… https://t.co/rTgNCaZ44D
  • @shannondrayer: Servais in media session admitted that Cano was dealing with lower body issues for a good part of the season. He fe… https://t.co/ah4sWp4bpL
  • @RyanDivish: @Moose_Jaw26 Cano played in 161 games in 2016.
  • @RyanDivish: Servais said Cano was dealing with some other lower body issues that weren't made public. They limited his range in… https://t.co/AVQQBDb4Pi
  • @GregJohnsMLB: Servais acknowledges that Robinson Cano was dealing with lower body issues that limited his lateral defensive movem… https://t.co/euBQJq5W8j
  • @RyanDivish: Cruz, Cano, Cano's camel, Segura, Heredia, Healy, Gordon, I'd assume Motter and Gamel since they live in Florida. https://t.co/Ym2eRU64uO
  • @RyanDivish: Nelson Cruz has organized group workouts for Mariners players in Miami for a few weeks along with Robinson Cano. A… https://t.co/bkk2mQUm9I
  • @RyanDivish: RT @Joelsherman1: tweeted this last night, think it matters: most of #Yankees' 10th-20th ranked prospects would rank in #Marlins' top 10. A…
  • @TNT_Mariners: RT @TJCotterill: Apparently, #Mariners acquisition Dee Gordon (@FlashGJr) wasn't going to move from his Gold Glove 2B for just anybody. But…
  • @TNT_Mariners: RT @GregJohnsMLB: Dee Gordon admits he's surprised at being asked to move from 2B to CF. But says he understands and will do what's best fo…
  • @GregJohnsMLB: Dee Gordon admits he's surprised at being asked to move from 2B to CF. But says he understands and will do what's b… https://t.co/KXrpDyVEuI
  • @TNT_Mariners: Asked a scout about Gordon making switch to CF: “Great athlete. No reason he can’t, although there will probably be… https://t.co/sOOh730ZTO
  • @GregJohnsMLB: Mariners acquiring Dee Gordon from Marlins would give them big speed boost in Dyson's absence. But only makes sense… https://t.co/h7OQbp0R0E

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

Mariners Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Tyler O’Neill (OF)
  2. Kyle Lewis (OF)
  3. Dan Vogelbach (1B)
  4. Drew Jackson (SS)
  5. Mitch Haniger (OF)
  6. Braden Bishop (OF)
  7. Edwin Diaz (SP)
  8. Andrew Moore (SP)
  9. Nick Neidert (SP)
  10. Ryan Yarbrough (SP)

Basic and Advanced Historical Stats

YearGABH2B3BHRRRBISBBBSOBB%K%AVGOBPOPSISOBABIPwOBA
200513252215534414786211668312.297.320.778.161.318.334
200612248216541115627851854411.342.365.890.183.359.377
200716061718941719939743985613.306.353.841.182.329.362
200815959716235314707222665410.271.305.715.139.283.311
200916163720448225103855306359.320.352.871.199.324.374
20101606262004132910310935777811.319.381.914.214.326.391
20111596231884672810411883896614.302.349.882.231.316.374
2012161627196481331059436196914.313.379.929.238.326.394
20131606051904102781107765851013.314.383.899.202.327.384
2014157595187372147782106168910.314.382.836.139.335.361
2015156624179341218279243107616.287.334.779.159.316.335
201616165519533239107103047100714.298.350.882.235.299.370
201715059216633023799714985813.280.338.791.172.294.334

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