NY Yankees, part 3: Robinson Cano

Cano is a good young player who hits lefthanded. He plays an average second base, and hits for power and average. He is not particularly fast. At age 25, his future appears bright, but if he continues to swing for the fences his strikeout totals will soar. And he is no longer under the radar. This year, without the protection of a loaded batting order, Cano may not achieve the lofty heights that some are predicting.

Prediction: 25 HR, 90 RBI, 100 strikeouts, 40 walks, BA .295. Definitely better than average for his position.


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