Robinson cruise control strikes again

Cano brings March intensity to October as Yankees lose Game 2 of ALCS at home

Updated: October 15, 2012, 12:42 AM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- Robinson Cano is not turning baseball into ballet anymore. A star known for making an impossibly difficult game look easier than 1-2-3, Cano is busy embarrassing himself in October with amateurish at-bats and spring training intensity.

Didn't his middle-of-the-infield mentor, Derek Jeter, teach this guy anything? In fact, Jeter has tried over the years to convince Cano that he needs to run out every last dribbler, dive, get his uniform dirty, play the game like Jeter does, ...

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