In May, he improved to .312/.364/.606 with seven home runs and 19 RBI. Through 19 June games, he has improved even more, to a .319/.413/.681 line with seven home runs and 12 RBI.
Cano has been stellar since April. His lengthy hot streak has been one of the many reasons why the New York Yankees are now battling to stay in first place in the AL East.
That being said, he needs to be better—much better.
We've all come to expect great things from Cano. He has been an offensive force ever since he entered the league, and his .307/.348/.499 career line re-enforces that.
Racking up the hits has never been an issue for Cano, and driving the ball into the gaps to pick up a healthy number of doubles also isn't a problem. Heck, even taking walks isn't an issue. He's already picked ...
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