“It implies a ton,” Cano said. “Those folks truly began this amusement for the Latin American players, folks that truly made this diversion so fun and energizing, influenced fans to come and watch, and opened the entryways for us. … It’s something, to get that initially pitch and make proper acquaintance with them and being in that photo, I just can hardly wait to get to online networking and get that photo and put it on an edge in my home.”
The photo’s decent, however so is the new Corvette he won alongside this All-Star respect.
Notwithstanding for an eight-time All-Star who has effectively achieved such a great amount in this game – surrounding 2,300 hits and 300 homers, more than 1,100 RBIs, seven postseason appearances, a $240 million contract and a 2011 win in the Home Run Derby – this was an enchantment night in the Magic City.
“This helps me to remember that day that I won the Home Run Derby with my father [Jose, a previous pitcher who tossed to Cano at Chase Field],” Cano said. “This is for my family and my fans in Seattle and here in Miami.”
Cano turned into Seattle’s third All-Star MVP, joining Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. (1992) and future Hall of Famer Ichiro Suzuki (2007). That is noteworthy organization.