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Yankees: Robinson Cano where is our thank you?

Jacoby Ellsbury bought a page in the Boston Globe.

Roy Halladay took out a spread in the Philadelphia Daily News.

So where is New York Yankees fans thank you from Robinson Cano in the New York Post or New York Daily News?

Ellsbury came up with the Red Sox and played in Boston for seven seasons including two World Series Championship teams.

Halladay pitched in Philadelphia for four seasons, threw a no-hitter but is retiring a Toronto Blue Jay.

Cano was a homegrown Yankee, played nine seasons in the Bronx, has a 2009 World Series ring and all we got was a tweet.

Going from the Red Sox to the Yankees surely ruffled a few feathers up in Beantown, but Ellsbury did not take his decision out on the fan base.

Sure, Yankees fans have not been kind to Cano but this is New York so what else does he expect.

Yankees fans who have bashed Cano for his decision to go to Seattle get angry at anything that doesn’t go in favor of the pinstripes.

These are the delusional New York fans that give the rest of us a bad name because the Yankees can do no wrong in their eyes, but they are idiots.

But what about the rest of us?

Personally, I agree with Cano’s sentiments about the way he was treated by the Yankees and would have left for the Mariners too.

Still, I will miss seeing him at second base. I had hoped that Cano was going to be a lifer but not everything happens the way we wish.

And I guess that includes getting a thank you sometimes too.

 

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4 Comments

  1. Steve Karsay says:

    lol 7 for 175 and offering a higher AAV than he actually got insults you?

    I guess stud 2nd basemen and cute blogger chicks have expensive taste these days. Pop that cristal Kate!

  2. Tom says:

    For the Love of God could;d you please explain to me how he was disrespected. The stupid Mariners outbid themselves by 50M or more. Cano was offered the 3rd highest contract in MLB history. He should have been on his hands and knees!!!

    Hey Seattle!!!!! Congrats. When he hits one in the gab do not get upset that's he's not on 3rd but still coasting into second. If you want hustle that would have coast you 300M.

  3. richard says:

    Maybe because the other 2 are class acts???

  4. Joel says:

    I honestly think a tweet is enough as long as it is sincere. It doesn't matter to me how he says thank you, a simple gesture of appreciation is more than enough.