Profile and Biography of Robinson Canó, the Dominican Republic Baseball player
Robinson Canó, 28 years old is a famous name in Baseball. This guy hailing from Dominican Republic is considered to be one of the best young male baseball players. To know more about His biography and profile, check this Robinson Canó wiki article.
Robinson Canó, born on the 22nd of October, 1982 is a professional male badminton player from Dominican Republic. He is currently a baseball player as a second batsman of the New York Yankees.
Profile and Biography of Robinson Canó
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Robinson was named by his father after the Baseball legend Jackie Robinson. He started playing baseball from a very young age and in only 2001 after graduating from high school; Cano was signed by the New York Yankees as an amateur free agent and began playing in the minor league system.
He won the Yankees Minor League Player of the Year Award in 2004 and debuted in the major league in 2005. In the first season itself he won the "This year in Baseball" Rookie of the Year Award. In 2006 he won the Silver Slugger Award and was also selected in the American League All star Team, but could not play due to an injury.
In 2009, Cano ranked in the top ten among players in the American league in hits, extra base hits, total bases, at bats, doubles, batting average, runs scored, and triples. His 2014 hits ranked 3rd for hits during the 2009 season and 1st among all second baseman. He also led second baseman in batting average.
In 2010 for his early performance he was awarded the American League Player of the Month for April 2010. He was selected as the starting second batsman in the 2010 Major League Baseball All star Game and was also selected to participate in the 2010 Home Run Derby but he had to withdraw due to an injury. He also won the American League Gold glove Award for second Baseman 2010.
In 2011 he was selected for the 2011 Major League Baseball All Star Game as a starting second baseman and was chosen to participate in the 2011 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby and he emerged as the champion in there.
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