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Cano Gets Star Treatment During Intro As $240M Deal With Mariners Becomes Official12 / 13 / 13
Mariners 2B Robinson Cano's deal with the team "became official on Thursday afternoon" when he signed a 10-year, $240M free-agent contract, and during his introductory press conference, he "got the star treatment ... because that’s what the Mariners believe he is -- and what they need," accord...
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