Yankees shouldn't bust bank for Cano

Robinson Cano doesn't deserve a big contract, considering his lack of hustle

Updated: September 28, 2013, 4:45 AM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

HOUSTON -- On the day after their indelible night in the Bronx, where Mariano Rivera broke down and cried on his city's shoulder, the New York Yankees looked washed out, emotionally vacant, as they prepared to play a series as strange as any they have played in years.

The 108-loss Houston Astros? In Minute Maid Park? To end the season and officially close out the closer, Rivera, right after he authored the perfect ending to a near-perfect career by collapsing into the arms of Andy Pettitte ...

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